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SHIELD 
1970 



CONTENTS 




A BEGINNING: 
A NEW CAMPUS 


4 


AWARDS 


SPORTS 


32 


FRESHMEN 


ACTIVITIES 
ORGANIZATIONS 


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90 


SOPHOMORE 


ACADEMIC 


114 


GRADUATE DIRE 


FACULTY 


134 


GENERAL INDEX 





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Moving Out To The New: 

Machines 

Books 

Boxes, And Equipment 
New Chairs 

New Desks 

All New And 

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1969-1970 
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1969 



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chuck Holes 
Parking Tickets 
More Cars Than Room 
Cold Weather Starting 
Dust + Rain = Mud 
Garbage 

Constant Construction 
But the Library is 
An Island of Comfort. 
Through all this 
We Build a New 
Campus. 




Headlines of '69 



students were concerned with the news of 1969. Mickey 

Taylor (right) reads about the death of Senator Dirksen 

in early September. Many students attended 

the play "Hair" which was playing in Chicago and many 

other cities of the world. A crowd of peace demonstrators 

estimated between 100,000 and 300,000 turned out in 

Washington, D.C. for the November 15 Moratorium Day 

peace rally protecting the Vietnam war. 




Wide World Photo 




President and Mrs. Nixon made 

headlines constantly during 1969 

and 1970. The Beatles and their 

music will be remembered for a 

long time as well as the big 

mystery about Paul McCartney 

being dead. 





Top News Stories of '69 

7. Landing on the moon 

2. The Viet Nam war 

3. Student unrest 

4. Senator Kennedy's future 

5. The Beatle mystery 

6. Hurricane Camille 

7. The rock musical ''Hair'' 

8. Middle East crisis 

9. Death of Eisenhower 
10. Woodstock rock festival 



America's top news stories of 1969 were headed by the moon 
landings, according to the Associated Press. On July 
20, Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin descended the steps of the 
Lunar Module ladder as he prepared to walk on the moon with 
fellow commander Neil A. Armstrong. In mid-October 
the Mets won the World Series. Teammates and fans 
surged on Jerry Koosman, the southpaw hurler, after 
he beat the Baltimore Orioles for the final victory. 
Viet Nam continued to be a news standout. Members of 
the lOlst Airborne Division carry a wounded 
man to a UH-ID Medevac helicopter during the 
assault on Hill 937 in the A Shau Valley. 







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Beauty 

What is it? 

Striving for a goal? 

Can you feel it? 

Practice ... 

See it? 

Perfecting ... 

Touch it? 

Possible, 

Maybe . . . 

A painting 

A sonata 

A golf shot 

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Mini or maxi? Which is better? 

The mini coat (right) was popular 

this year but the coat that really 

caught on was the maxi. Kathy 

A bens (far right) was one of the 

many who sported one this year. 








Girls and guys both let their 

hair grow longer this year as 

can be noticed above. Beards and 

body sliirts were prominent this 

year as can be seen on Mike Esposito 

(right}. 





Campus Dress — 

"Daily college wear is left to the good 
judgement of the individual." 

Minies and Maxies 

Boots and Beards 

Bellbottoms, Body Shirts 

Army Sacks, Long Hair 

Hats and Scarfs 

Unisex 

Wear What You Like 







Bellbottoms and long scarfs were worn 
by girls as well as guys this year 
(upper left). Army bags (above right) 
were put to use by many students 
this year to carry books as well as 
art supplies. Suede coats (above 
right) became more common this year, 
as well unusual prints and designs 
in girls' slacks (far left and left). 
Typical among many students this 
year was the visored cap worn 
by Walter Walker (above). 



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THE W O R L D'S 



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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1969 



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No. 


Date 


No. 


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No. 


Jan. 1 


305 


May 1 


330 


Sept. 


1 


225 


Jan. 2 


159 


May 2 


298 


Sept. 


2 


161 


Jan. 3 


251 


May 3 


40 


Sept. 


3 


49 


Jan. 4 


215 


May 4 


276 


Sept. 


4 


232 


Jan. 5 


101 


May 5 


364 


Sept. 


5 


82 


Jan. 6 


224 


May 6 


155 


Sept. 


6 


6 


Jan. 7 


306 


May 7 


35 


Sept. 


7 


8 


Jan. 8 


199 


May 8 


321 


Sept. 


8 


184 


Jan. 9 


194 


May 9 


197 


Sept. 


9 


263 


Jan. 10 


325 


May 10 


65 


Sept. 


10 


71 


Jan. II 


329 


May II 


37 


Sept. 


11 


158 


Jan. 12 


221 


May 12 


133 


Sept. 


12 


242 


Jan. 13 


318 


May 13 


295 


Sept. 


13 


175 


Jan. 14 


238 


May 14 


178 


Sept. 


14 


1 


Jan. 15 


17 


May 15 


130 


Sept. 


15 


113 


Jan. 16 


121 


May 16 


55 


Sept. 


16 


207 


Jan. 17 


235 


May 17 


112 


Sept. 


17 


255 


Jan. 18 
Jan. 19 


140 
58 


May 18 
May 19 
May 20 
May 21 
May 22 


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75 
183 


Sept. 
Sept. 


18 
19 


246 
177 


Jan. 20 


280 


250 


Sept. 


20 


63 


Jan. 21 


186 


326 


Sept. 


21 


160 


Jan. 22 


337 


May 23 


319 


Sept. 


22 


10 


Jan. 23 


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May 24 


31 


Sept. 


23 


119 


Jan. 24 


59 


May 25 


361 


Sept. 


24 


194 


Jan. 25 


52 


May 26 


367 


Sept. 


25 


149 


Jan. 26 
Jan. 27 


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355 


May 27 
May 28 
May 29 


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309 
226 


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Sept. 
Sept. 


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27 
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257 


Jan. 28 


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May 30 


103 


Sept. 


29 


151 


Jan. 29 


349 


May 31 


313 


Sept. 


30 


315 


Jan. 30 


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Jan. 31 


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June 1 


249 


Oct. 


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June 2 


228 


Oct. 


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Feb. 1 


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June 3 


301 


Oct. 


3 


244 


Feb. 2 


144 


June 4 


20 


Oct. 


4 


202 


Feb. 3 


297 


June 5 


28 


Oct. 


5 


24 


Feb. 4 


210 


June 6 


110 


Oct. 


6 


87 


Feb. 5 


214 


June 7 


85 


Oct. 


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234 


Fe^. 6 


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June 8 


366 


Oct. 


8 


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Feb. 7 


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June 9 


335 


Oct. 


9 


342 


Feb. 8 


181 


June 10 


206 


Oct. 


10 


220 


Feb. 9 


338 


June 1 1 


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Oct. 


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Feb. 10 


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June 12 


272 


Oct. 


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Feb. II 


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June 3 


69 


Oct. 


13 


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Feb. 12 


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June 4 


i56 


Oct. 


14 


297 


Feb. 13 


152 


June 15 


180 


Oct. 


15 


171 


Feb. 14 


4 


June IS 


274 


Oct. 


16 


254 


Feb. 15 


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June i 7 


73 


Oct, 


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Feb. 16 


212 


June 1 ) 


341 


Oct. 


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Feb. 17 


189 


June ^ 


104 


Oct. 


19 


241 


Feb. 18 


292 


June ','.') 


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Oct. 


20 


192 


Feb, 19 


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June 2 1 


60 


Oct. 


21 


243 


Feb. 20 


302 


June 2'' 


247 


Oct. 


22 


117 


Feb. 21 


363 


June 2. 


109 


Oct. 


23 


201 


Feb. 22 


290 


June 2-1 


358 


Oct. 


24 


196 


Feb. 23 


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June 2b 


137 


Oct. 


25 


176 


Feb. 24 


236 


June 26 


22 


Oct. 


26 


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Feb. 25 


179 


June 27 


64 


Oct. 


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264 


Feb. 26 


365 


June 28 


222 


Oct. 


28 


94 


Feb. 27 


205 


June 29 


353 


Oct. 


29 


229 


Feb. 28 


299 


June 30 


209 


Oct 


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Feb. 29 


285 


July 1 


93 


Oct. 


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79 


March 1 


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July 2 


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Nov 


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March 2 


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July 3 


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Nov 


2 


34 


March 3 


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July 4 


279 


Nov 


3 


348 


March 4 


275 


July 5 


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Nov 


4 


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March 5 


293 


July 6 


327 


Nov 


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310 


March 6 


139 


July 7 


50 


Nov 


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76 


March 7 


122 


July 8 


13 


Nov 


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51 


Mi.rrh 8 


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Nov 


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''One is the loneliest number'' 

"You take the high road" 

Two's company 

"On Saturday night, the monkey 

gets tight, and Jane gets right" 

Celebrate, Celebrate 

Dance to the music 

Parties, the hub of 

student social life 



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Student jobs Mean Extra Income 



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Students do more than go to school. Donna Paul 

(opposite page far left), who is employed in the 

office at Turk Eagle Furniture, works twenty hours 

a week as an office cashier. Charlie Egdorf (opposite 

page upper right) is a clothing salesman in the 

same store after school. 

Steue Downey and Reid Langerman (opposite page 

lower right) check inventory at Al Baskins during a 

post Christmas sale. 
Maria Mejia (above), a sales girl at Sears, prepares 

a customers bill. 

Diana Inlow {above right) helps a customer at Klines 

decide which blouse to buy. 

Mike Smith (right) is a stock boy and bagger at the 

National Food Store. 




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Travelers Seek Exotic Places 




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A street vendor (right) is a common sight in 
Jerusalem. On a recent trip to the Hawaiian 
Islands, (top) a seasoned traveler captured 
the culture with this shot of Tahitian 
dancers at the International Center. High 
atop the Capitoline Hill in beautiful down- 
town Rome (above) is a breathtaking view of 
the world renowned Forum. 



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JJCers traveled far and wide; from the beaches 
of Hawaii to across the world to the Dead Sea 
area. John Shields visited the Royal 
Castle (left) while in San Marino. 
Spain. This sidewalk cafe across from Ecole 
Militaire in Paris (below left) combines 
the traditional gaity and a charming set- 
ting. Kathy Scarboro and Carolyn Stevens 
(below) spent the summer of 1969 hitch- 
hiking across continental Europe. In 
Palma, a town in the Spanish Isles, they 
visited the Beach Arenal and enjoyed a 
refreshing swim. 




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Students 

Enjoy 

Hobbies 





Ray Shroba and Tom O'Connor 

(above) move their glider towards 

the hangar after a "soaring" 

afternoon. Mary O'Connor (above 

right) tal;es time out before 

studying to put the finishing 

touches on a new spring dress. 

Mareia Jonish (right) has a 

very, very, strange hobby — 

she collects stuffed mice. 

Here she attaches a rare breed 

of field mouse to her tree. 




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Cheerleaders Arouse Spirit 



The cheerleaders (right) 

practice one of their many 

routines during half time of 

the game against Wright 

Junior College. The wolf, 

played by Tom Toth, (below) 

waves to the excited fans 

while riding in the homecoming 

parade. 




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(from left in counter clockwise 
direction) Nan Schmidt, Paula 
Ehresnian, Charlyn Palmer, and 
Maureen Kennedy, co-captain. Nan 
Schmidt and the wolf (below) cheer 
the football team on. 







Cheerleader Laurie Goodson 

(above). The cheerleaders and 

Jim Albritton with Frank Julian 

at the wheel took a break from 

cheering at the homecoming game 

to be in the parade. 




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John Monferdini, (below) 

with his spinning returns, 

helped defeat Highland 3 

to O. Greg Int-Hout (below 

right) rushes the net and 

delivers a . . . Int-Hout 

forceful return. Team 

members were, (from left,) 

Greg Hilsabeck. Tom 

Glenn, John Monferdini, 

Stan Garb, and Greg 

Int-Hout. 




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New Tactics 



"Tennis is one of the most demanding sports 
physically" is the opinion of Bob Richards, Olym- 
pic champion. Led by Greg Int-Hout and Tom 
Glenn and coached by Mr. Frank Blum, the tennis 
team compiled a 3-8 season to place sixth in the 
conference. The team achieved this record while 
learning such tactics as precision hitting of sideline 
markers, thus forcing the opponent to weave back 
and forth across the court like a runaway Roman 
candle. 



Greg Int-Hout (left) reaches 
high to bag a return. 



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SCOREBOARD 



DuPage 

Highland 

Illinois Valley 

Rock Valley 

Prairie State 

Black Hawk 

Amundsen 

Elgin 

Morton 

Sauk Valley 

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Frosh Boost 
Diamond Scene 



JJC's baseball team had a hit on their hands at 
the 1969 season's opener with an impressive victory 
over Thornton 13-5. Averaging 5 runs a game, the 
team scored 61 runs in 13 games. With Coach Gil 
Bell at the helm, good playing was evident through- 
out the season. 

The entire frosh brigade returned in 1970; as a 
result Coach BeU anticipated a winning season. Gor- 
don Johnson, with a 321 average, was the Most 
Valuable Player and leading hitter, and John Freed 
was the team's leading pitcher. 




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John Freed (far left) slides into liome 
base during the Waubonsec game. John 
Sullivan (below far left) shows good 
form as he tags opponent out at first 
base. John Freed (left) displays the 
fine delivery that brought him a 
winning season. Russ Jolmston (below) 
tags out Blackhawk player. 










SCOREBOARD 


JJC 


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Thornton 5 





Harper 7 


4 


Sauk Valley 6 


4 


Lewis JV 4 


10 


Highland 4 


6 


Waubonsee 1 





Elgin 4 


3 


Morton 4 


5 


Stateville 5 


3 


Lewis JV 11 


6 


DuPage 5 


5 


Black Hawk 2 


2 


Rock Valley 9 



ROW ONE: Loren Pease. John Freed, Coach Gil Bell, Dave Dugan; ROW TWO: Gordon 
Johnson, John Toth, Doug Darin, Tim Quinlan, John Sullivan, Tom Fee: ROW THREE: Ray 
Tusek, Carl Holmquist, Pat Fitzgerald, Russ Johnston, Jerry Wittmus, and John Denn. 



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ROW ONE: John Jasper, Fred 
Fonesca, Rich Bushby, Steve 
Herbert, Jim Severe; ROW 
TWO: Manager Marty Cooper, 
Dave Dahl, John Bati, Jim 
Zeleznik, Rich Coop, John 
Parkins, Clarence Westbrooke. 
Coach Bill Benner; ROW THREE: 
Ken Krapf, Cliff Weaver, Mike 
Benham, John Bernickas, Greg 
Clark. 




CINDERMEN STRONG 
IN EFFORTS 



John Bati (left) skims over the hurdle enroute 
to a first place. Ken Krapf (above) whirls 
a discus with ease. Steve Herkert (above 
right), with muscles straining, advances on 
his approach to go over the crossbar. 



The 1969 track team, despite 
its efforts and determination, 
was confronted by too many ad- 
verse factors to score a single vic- 
tory in the point standings. 

Despite the disappointment of 
defeats, the efforts of the team 
can be seen in continual improve- 
ment in every event. 
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Noted for their ability to 
score points at meets were John 
Bernickas with the discus, and 
Mike Benham in the shot put. 
Also tempering defeats with 
commendable efforts were Greg 
Clark, Steve Herkert, and Cla- 
rence Westbrooke. 




ROW ONE: Manuel Palacios, Rich Coop, Joe Spiezio, Clarence Westbrook; ROW TWO: Bob Jaeger, Duane Schoop, Jim 
Pritchett, and Coach Bill Benner. 



The Cross Country runner 
must love to run just for run- 
ning's sake, according to coach 
Bill Benner. Although Benner's 
boys were lacking somewhat in 
depth and talent this year, they 
still managed to have a profitable 
season, compiling an 8-4 record. 

The highlight of the season 
came with the J.I.J.C.L. Meet. 



JJC placed fourth out of 15 par- 
ticipating teams. Another signif- 
icant success was fifth place in 
the Region IV Meet. 

Coach Benner often referred 
to his harriers as the "Magnifi- 
cent Seven" and rightly so for 
they were just that throughout 
the entire season. 



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practice, sometimes running late httof he evening.' 





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Danville 


18 


31 


Harper 
Prairie State 


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Elgin 


97 




Thornton 


84 




DuPage 


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Triton 


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Prairie State 


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Golf team members above, kneeling, are Dick Steller and Jack Dempsey: standing Don Gursh, Jack McCambridge, 
Paul Libersher. Lee Gombash. and Coach Git Bell (Phil Krall not pictured). 

Linksmen Drive To Second In State 



Great success was enjoyed this past year as Gil 
Bell's linksters followed in the footsteps of former 
golf squads. Competing against the likes of state final- 
ists Danville and Wright, the Wolves placed in state 
competition. True, they finished sixth in the confer- 
ence, yet placed second in the Region IV tournament. 

The Wolves went into the regionals in Champaign a 
proverbial underdog. Twenty-seven state teams were 
entered. JJC's 324 was good for second and a possible 
trip to the national tournament as alternate for the 



winner, Wright, which posted a 322. The regional 
authorities, however, would have to approve such a 
move first. The national tournament will be held in 
Miami, Florida in June, 1970. 

In the regional, JJC shot consistent golf; Don 
Gursh as medalist got a 79, Phil Krall 80, Jack Mc- 
Cambridge 81, and Lee Gombash 84. 

In conference, Joliet's 336 took sixth place. Phil 
Krall was medalist with 75, Jack McCambridge had 
83, Don Gursh 86, and Dick Steller 92. 



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Triton 

Danville 

Joliet 

Sauk Valley 
Elgin 

Joliet 
Waubonsee 
Black Hawk 

Joliet 

Rock Valley 
DuPage 
McHenry 



SCOREBOARD 


319 


Joliet 


320 


Illinois Valley 


297 


Highland 


326 


McHenry 


333 


Joliet 


339 


DuPage 


310 


Prairie State 


326 


Black Hawk 


337 


Joliet 


339 


Harper 


317 


Triton 


335 


Amundsen 


347 






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Young Wolves 
Battled Hard 

Five returning lettermen greeted Jerry Yost 
in his second season as head coach. By the end 
of the season he was starting ten freshmen on 
defense and seven on offense. With this in mind 
it is easier to understand the great effort the 
team put forth. 

According to Mr. Yost, the defensive team 
was one of the heardest hitting in the confer- 
ence but lacked the speed that was necessary for 
top effectiveness. 

The offensive team produced many thrills 
throughout the season with a balanced running 
and passing attack. Lack of speed again kept the 
Wolves from getting the long easy touchdown. 
Every point scored was earned by good execu- 
tion of power football. 

The Wolves not only gained their main goal 
of the year, their opponents' respect, but four 
men made the all-conference first team, two 
more were named to the second team and an- 
other pair received special mention. 

Coach Yost (right) explains to Bob Major how to stop 

a tight end sweep. Earl Crisp (below) picks up a few 

yards against Morton Junior College. 




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Rock Valleys' Trojans close in on halfback Earl 
Crisp. The Wolves defensive unit (below) 
charges Wright in the homecoming game. 



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Coach Taylor (above) asks a little "extra' 
help for the team. 

A Morton ball carrier (left) is held to 
a short gain by the Wolves hard hitting 
defensive team. 






TOM BANDURA 
1st Team Offensive Tackle 



TOM McKEON 
1st Team Offensive End 



DON PROLA 

1st Team Defensive Linebacker 




MIKE SERENA 
1st Team Defensive Guard 



EARL CRISP 
2nd Team Offensive Halfback 



JIM PUBENTZ 

2nd Team Offensive Tackle 



Team members (below) are ROW ONE: Mike O'Connell. Randy Gruben, Tom Wimberly, Neil Trotter, Barry Dean, JohnJeretina, 
JeTRZSero Rich Leffler, Tom Harcar, Bernard Carnes; ROW TWO: Assistant Coaeh Dennis Taylor, John Allemang, Earl Crisp 
Lincoln Huffman, Walter Walker, John Dockendorf Guy Wolfinger, Jack Stitely, Terry Ivansek,Bob Major, Dave Hughes Bill Wolf 
David Dugan, Student Ti-ainer, Roland Wozniak; ROW THREE: Coach Jerry Yost. Tom McKeon,M^keBel,DavcStu^^^^^^^ Dave 
Sharp, Don Pi-ola, Bob Pierson, John Monferdini, Jim Pubentz, Bill Bartolotta, Kevin Crowley. Larry Williams. Tom Bandura. Mike 
Serena. Stewart Bisping. Assistant Coach Dale O'Connell. 



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Joliet halfback drives 5 yards inside Morton's 20 yard line at Homecoming, October 11. 



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SCOREBOARD 




JJC 




OPP 





Grand Rapids 


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i5 


Wright 


20 


7 


Thornton 


26 


25 


Morton 


14 


21 


DuPage 


12 


21 


Wilson 


38 


7 


Rock Valley 


14 


21 


Illinois State Fr. 


26 



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JJCMatmen 

Led by 

Nationa 



Champion 



Joliet's dual meet record was 9 wins and 8 loses 
for the 1969-1970 season. Highlights for the wres- 
tlers came during tournament competition. At the 
North Park Invitational, Joliet had six first place 
winners to capture the title. At the Region IV 
tournament, Dan Evans, Earl Crisp, and Bob 
Broughton did an outstanding job in placing sec- 
ond, third and fourth respectively. 

This year-, Bill Vail was Joliet's outstanding 
wrestler as he placed first in conference and second 
in Region IV. In the National Junior College Ath- 
letic Association wrestling tournament held in 
Worthington, Minnesota, he won the 118 lb. title. 
Bill was also chosen All American in wrestling. 



Earl Crisp {below) holds Ron Madder of Western III. on his 

back for 3 points. 




Bill Vail 
National Champion 



Bill Vail, JJC sophomore, capped a sensational wrestling 
season by winning the 118-pound decision title at the Junior 
College National Tournament in Worthington, Minnesota ear- 
ly in March. During the tournament in which 86 schools and 
450 men participated. Bill defeated six qualified opponents 
on his way to the national title. 




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SCOREBOARD 




JJC 




OPP 


44 


Danville 





32 


Prairie State 


6 


17 


Illinois State Fr. 


23 


28 


Parkland 


18 


35 


Thornton 


5 


25 


Circle Campus 


16 


8 


Triton 


27 


24 


Harper 


14 


11 


Western 


27 


13 


Muskegon 


29 




North Park 


82 


84 


North Central 


43 




Carroll 


41 


40 


Morton 


10 


21 


DuPage 


20 


23 


Circle Campus 


6 


14 


Orange County, N. Y. 


23 


6 


Black Hawk 


30 


8 


Muskegon. Mich. 


30 


11 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 


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Chris Taylor (left) weighing 390 pounds, of Musk- 
egon Jr. College holds up Rich Casiano, weigh- 
ing 115, ofJoliet. This shows the two extremes 
of the wrestling weight classes. Bob Kelly (top) 
has full control of Tom Mae on his way to a 7—0 
win. Bill Vail (above) using an over-and-under 
ride to pick up nearfall points 



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Wrestlers In 



Action 



DUAL MEET RECORDS 


Weight 




WLT 


118 


Rich Casiano 


10-11-1 


126 


Bill Vail 


26-3-1 


134 


Manuel Palacious 


11-11-0 


134 


Greg Int-Hout 


6-5-0 


142 


Bob Kelly 


12-11-1 


142 


Dan Evans 


4-3-0 


150 


Bob Broughton 


3-6-0 


158 


Earl Crisp 


15-15-1 


167 


Dave Pay la 


5-16-0 





Earl Crisp (right) waits for ref- 
eree's whistle. Wrestlers 
(above right) congratulate 
Dave Payla after winning a 
tough match. John Austin 
(above) gets 2 points for 
a takedown. 




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Team members (above) are ROW ONE; 
Dave Payla, Bob Kelly, Manuel 
Palacious, Bob Broughton, Bill 
Vail, Manager Mike Bell; ROW 
TWO: Coach Jerry Yost, Bill 
Bartolotta, Earl Crisp, Dan Evans, 
Greg Int-Hout, and Dennis Taylor. 
Mike Bay (left) in 1969, won the 
National Championship by defeat- 
ing the most outstanding wrest- 
lers in the nation. Manuel 
Palacious (below) reverses Fred 
Crowder and pins him in the 
third period. 




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The feel that carried us onto victory. 



John Freed scrambles among Wriglit players for control of the ball. 



Cagers Lead By Powerful Frosh 



The 1969-70 basketball Wolves bettered their pre- 
vious 15-14 won-loss record of last season with an 
impressive 16-12 slate. Coach Paul Siron, in his ninth 
year at JJC and his third year as head coach, was 
assisted by Larry Larson, in his first year as assistant 
coach. 

The season was marked by mipressive wins and 
near-wms, including a late season loss to Rock Valley 



which eliminated Joliet from the race for the NIJCL 
title, 93-87. 

Clyde Brown was the leading scorer for JJC, and 
Sylvester Cottrell grabbed the most rebounds. With 
four freshmen returning this fall, Athletic Director 
Ken Parker stated that next year's team should be a 
serious contender for the NIJCL crown. 



Dennis Martin out jumps Dan Davis to give JJC the jumpbatl. 



Sylvester Cottrell, leading rebounder, pulls another 
one off the boards. 





Coach Paul Siron 
(left) shows the 
emotions of a 
distressing game. 
Bob Conn {far left) 
after a break away, 
goes in for an easy 
lay up. Dave 
Matteson (below) 
shoots for two points 
on a quick jump 
shot. 




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ROW ONE: Manager Steve Thompson. Pat Kinsella. Mike Fittro, Dan 

Van Fleet, Dave Matteson. John Freed, Dave Papesh, Mike O'Connell: 

ROW TWO: Coach Larry Larson, Bob Conn. Jim Blackburn, Jerry 

Wittmus. Sylvester Cottrell. Jim Brenczewski, Clyde Brown, Dennis 

Martin, Jim Condon. Coach Paul Siron. Clyde Brown, (right) 

the seasons ' leading scorer, jumps from the key during the 

second quarter in the game against TYiton. 





SCOREBOARD 




JJC 




OPP. 


80 


Morton 


54 


92 


Kendall 


86 


69 


III. Valley 


75 


86 


DuPage 


72 


74 


Illinois State Fr. 


93 


91 


Black Hawk 


69 


84 


Lincoln 


86 


82 


Waubonsee 


73 


79 


Bloom 


76 


74 


Robert Morris 


93 


79 


Thornton 


76 


76 


McHenry 


62 


75 


Wright 


86 


68 


Valparaiso Fr. 


91 


88 


Parkland 


92 


76 


Hyland 


77 


102 


Elgin 


91 


75 


Lincoln 


83 


85 


Spoon River 


80 


87 


Rock Valley 


93 


88 


Triton 


64 


101 


Sauk Valley 


95 


70 


Danville 


85 


92 


Kankakee 


76 


105 


Harper 


88 


82 


DuPage 


66 


97 


Kankakee 


75 


63 


Robert Morris 


84 




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Clyde Winterb, Greg Harris, and Carlton Bates (above) 
support the fighting Wolves at the game against Highland. 
Pat Kinsella (left) gets control of a pass as Triton's 
team closes in. 



Wolves First in 
Sectional Tourney 

Joliet's basketball squad won its sectional title 
with a fine display of team effort. 

For the semifinals against College of DuPage, the 
Wolves took a commanding lead and sank their op- 
ponents 82-66. Against Kankakee Junior College, 
they repeated this decisive victory, and won the sec- 
tional crown, 97-75. JJC then met defeat at the hands 
of Robert Morris Junior College 84-63 in the first- 
round play-off of the Region IV tournament at Illi- 
nois State University. 



Dave Papesh (left) moves in on a quick play under the 
boards. Ball finds the way (below) into the hoop for JJC. 



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The 1969 Wrestling team placed second in the 
N.J.C.A.A. National Wrestling Tournament, sec- 
ond in the conference and first in the Region 
IV tournament. Team members (above) are 



ROW ONE: Martin Cooper, Ray Sheppard, Mir- 
ciat Palomo, Tom Pierson: ROW TWO: Coach 
Jerry Yost, Ron Dzik, Bill Bell, Juan Palomo, 
Mike Bay, Harry Geris, and Henry Pillard. 



Most Valuable Players 





PHIL KRALL 

Most Valuable Golf 



EARL CRISP 

Most Valuable Footbai: 



CLYDE BROWN 

Honorary Team Captain 



GORDON R. JOHNSON 

Most Valuable Baseball 



CLARENCE WESTBROOK 

Most Valuable Cross Country 



DENNIS MARTIN 

Most Valuable Basketball 





In 1969 Bill Bell (left) was voted by his team-mates 
as the Most Valuable Wrestler. He also won second 
place for two consecutive years in the National 
Wrestling Tournament. Bob Kelly (below, on top) was 
awarded the Eddie Johnson award in 1970 for his 
excellence in wrestling. 




Athletes Earn Plaudits, 
Plaques, and Praise 



At the annual athletics banquet held in 1969, Bill Bell 
(below, left) was presented with the Eddie Johnson award 
in wrestling while John Bati (below, right) received the 



same honor for his excellence in physical education. Ken 
Parker, director of athletics, made the presentation. 




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ACTIVITIES 



Fine Arts Festival Displays Talent 



The Fine Arts Festi- 
val was held at Joliet 
Central on May 22 and 
23. This annual festival 
features the music and 
art departments of JJC 
at their best. 

The Concert Choir, 
Madrigals, Stage Band, 



and Wind Ensemble pro- 
vided a diversified music 
program, while the art 
students displayed their 
finest work. The festival 
provides an opportunity 
for JJC to meet the 
public. 






The painting (top right) by Grace 
Machak, was one of the many dis- 
played in the halls outside the 
auditorium. The Concert Choir 
(top left) put on a fine program 
for the audience. The Stage Band 
(center) performed many swingin' 
numbers during the evening. This 
unusual chalk work (right) caught 
the attention of many people at 
the art show. 






The Wind Ensemble (top) played a few new 
numbers at the festival. The painting 
left) was done by Grace Machak. wliile tlic 
lesigns (right) were made by Tony Winterkamp. 
Two of the songs the Madrigals (left) 
presented were. "Fair Is The Crystal" and 
".Agnus Dei. " 



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class of 69 

the last to graduate 

from Central 





51st Commencement 




Left to right, Mr. Sterling, faculty speaker; Sandy Perrine. student speaker; Debbie Brei and Ken Lain, freshmen Adam Award 
winners. gg 




Marks End Of An Era 




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Homecoming Activities 




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Emma Craft 
1st ninner-up 

Linda Glasscock 
2nd runner-up 

Paula Wagner 
3rd runner-up 

Jolene Bowman 

Nancy Bradford 




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Mary Dechecko 
Diane Eisenbrandt 
Lori Fassino 
Debbie Gilbert 
Jackie Hess 
Martha Lanagan 






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Donna Lieberg 
Carolyn Stevens 
Lenore Tolf 
Warren Wallace 

1st runner-up 
Kent Irvin 

1st runner-up 
Bobby Kelly 

3rd runner-up 
Steve Bredese 
Mike Cichy 






Chuck Crinkovic 
Greg Hilsabeck 
Steve Kasak 
Bill Lavery 
Bernard Murray 
Tom OcConnor 
Fred Plese 
Dennis Wagner 



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King D^nls Wagner 



First Homecoming 
On New Campus 

Posters plastered the buildings; banners hid the corn 
fields; cars were decorated, and Donna and Dennis were 
elected queen and king. Hayracks were ridden; weiners 
were roasted — and Morton College's football team was 
defeated. This was Homecoming 1969, and it will be 
distinguished from homecomings of both previous and 
future years because it was the first celebrated on the 
new JJC campus. The 1969 homecoming festivities were 
a step toward new identity and building tradition in new 
surroundings. 




The Vets Club (above) entered a 1954 
Thunderbird in the parade with Norm Brad- 
ley at the wheel with Martha Lanagan as 
their contestant for queen. Students (upper 
right) prepare weiners for a hardy meal after 
the hayride. Mr. Pillard (above left) checks 
id's as students climb aboard for the hay- 
rack ride. Couples (left) dance to the music 
of the Nickel Bag at the Homecoming Dance 
held at Joliet West. 



The students (below) took a break from the many hours of discussion 

to relax. Dr. Kinney (right) explains points of leadership. The 

students (below) listen intently to the speaker. 




Communication is Goal of Leaders 




The weekend of October 24-26 was set aside for 
the leadership conference held on the George Williams 
College Summer campus. It offered JJC student leaders 
excellent opportunity to explore the art of communi- 
cation. Guest Lecturer Del Kenney, of the George Wil- 
liams psychology department, led the student discus- 
sions of self and non-verbal exercises. One exercise he 
used involved blindfolding a student whose movements 
were then directed by the rest. It was an excercise 
designed to show that we have to trust others. 

Wendel Stevens and Marsha Brower (left) enjoyed a dance held 
for the students. Debbie Trotter (below) seeks to communicate. 



Mr. Pillard (above right) seemed to enjoy the weekend very 
much. Keith Dilworth and Barb Lorenz (above) were just a 
small part of the clean-up crew. Tom Glenn (right), student 
body president, chooses his words carefully, to assure under- 
standing. 




Autumn Dinner Dance 



A Time For Us 



The crowning of Emma Craft as Miss Shield, by 
the famous Betty Grable, was the highhght of this 
year's Autumn Dinner Dance, which was held at 
Pheasant Run, November 28. "A Time For Us" pro- 
vided the theme for the dance, and the large atten- 
dence by JJC couples indicated that they felt it had 
been an evening planned just for them. 



(Above, left to rightj Hotly Canaday, Sue 

Urbanik, and Emma Craft are three of the 

Miss Shield finalists waiting to be 

interviewed. Miss Betty Grable, upper 

right, and Kent Heatherwick have a friendly 

conversation. The Miss Shield judges, right. 

evaluate their interviews of the six finalists. 




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Neil Trotter and date, (left.) enjoy the dance. Dave Tollman, 

Sheryl Gergovich. Elaine Lieske, Dave Miller. 

and Terri VanHuis, {below,} concentrate on the beat. Emma 

and her date, Lawrence Jones, (lower left.) have the floor 

all to themselves. Emma Craft. Miss Shield, (lower right,) is congratulated 

by Kathy Mitchell, Princess: Kathy Abens, first runner-up, 

Holly Canaday, Cheryl Foster, and Sue Urbanik. 




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Miss Shield 



Although the five finalists in the Miss Shield contest 
are chosen in a popular school election, Miss Shield is 
not chosen on the basis of popularity alone. To be 
nominated, the girls must be sophomores who main- 
tain at least a C average. The five finalists had to 
appear before a panel of Joliet area business people 
and College faculty. This panel judged the girls on the 
qualities of leadership, personality, popularity, ap- 
pearance, extracurricular activities and service to the 
community. 



Emma (right) takes a moment to watch the game and rest. 
This warm and ready smile has become Emma's trademark 
around the campus (below). 





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Emma Craft 



Emma Craft was crowned Miss Shield 1969-70 on 
November 28 at the Autumn Dinner Dance, which 
was held at Pheasant Run Playhouse in St. Charles. 
Emma is captain of the cheerleaders and serves as vice 
president of the Women's Recreation Association. 
She is also a member of the Black Students Union 
and a physical education major. Last summer she 
kept busy by working on the Summer Task Force. 

Emma's services are not confined to JJC. She is also 
president of her church choir and the secretary in her 
Sunday school. Some of her other interests include 
bowling, dancing, and playing the piano. 





Emma can often be seen in the library looking for research 
material. To keep up with current events, she chooses the most 
recent newspaper to read. Like most college students, she 
spends much time with a dictionary. 



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The biggest turnout for an event 
this year was when Frank Julian 
parachuted into the quadrangl''^ 
late November. J 





Mr. Pillard congratulates Tom Glenn and Greg Hilsabeck on the food drive 
sponsored by the Students of Social Science. 

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Organizations 

Benefit 

School 

and 

Community 



At a gymkhana (left) sponsored by the Motor Sports 
Club. Dennis Jones weaves his way through the course. 
Black Students Union members (below) are Glenda Malone, 
Clyde Winters. Greg Harris, and Arnell Shinault with 
just a little of the food they collected for needy 
families at Christmas. 



SMS (below) visited the burn clinic of Cook County Hospital in February 



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Assemblies Offer Enrichment 




Dr. Won Kyung 

Cho. (above) 

performed a 

Chinese scarf 

dance at one of 

his lectures. 

Philip Drath, 

a Quaker. 

(above right), 

presented his 

knowledge about 

his starving 

people 

in Vietnam. 

In the Spring 

of 1969 Douglas 

Kiker. (right) 

an NBC news 

commentator, 

stated that 

"the United States 

is in a period of 

dissillusionment 

from false 

overpromising of 

the past 

administration. " 




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1 

I^^^^^^H Lyons 




National and international topics were the sub- 
jects of assemblies this past year for JJC students. 

Speakers such as Philip Drath, Douglas Kiker, 
and Louis Lomax illustrated this idea with their 
subject matter ranging from world brotherhood to 
national unity. 

Dr. Won Kyung Cho, Korean professor of orien- 
tal theatre arts, offered students a chance to widen 
their cultural experience through his many lectures 
on the Korean theatre. 

The Veterans Club held a Veterans Day assem- 
bly at which they presented the college a state flag. 

Robert Lyons, Director of Educational Oppor- 
tunities for the state of Illinois, spoke at the 
Brotherhood assembly in February. 



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Mr. Asher (above) is questioning 
the godlike powers of Chuck 
Crinkovic in "After the Rain. " 
Chuck Crinkovic (right), in make- 
up preparations back stage, isn't 
quite ready for his role in 
"Spoon River Anthology. " 





The group (left) from 
"After the Rain", is 
considering a new con- 
stitution in which each 
will have a role to 
fulfill. This couple 
(lower left), from "Set 
To Music, " is dancing to 
a well-known show tune. 




Drama 
Productions 
Offer Variety 



Each year the J.C. Players stage two plays. April 31 and 
May 1-2, 1969, were the days on which "After the Rain" 
was presented. This play is a philosophical comedy which 
analyzes the attitudes in our society. In the fall of 1969, 
the drama group presented "Spoon River Anthology." 
This play, by Edgar Lee Masters was performed on De- 
cember 11 and 12. 

On Sunday, February 8, a unique entertainment, con- 
trasting the past and present in the American musical 
theatre, was presented in the Pershing School auditorium. 
"Set To Music" was staged by a professional group from 
New York and sponsored by the Junior College. 



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Informality 
Conducive to Fun 



Picnics and dances were the main college social 
events during 1969-1970. At the spring concert, in 
March '69, The Royal Guardsmen and the Wylie Dixon 
Review played to a small but enthusiastic crowd. 

On September 26, the annual fall picnic and dance 
was held. The picnic offered many opportunities for 
making new and renewing old friendships. There was a 
tug of war, egg throw, volleyball, football, and plenty of 
food for all. The dance, following the picnic, was held at 
the Armory. 

The Blazer staff sponsored "Cupid's Masquerade" on 
February 14. The small crowd that attended this well 
decorated dance, enjoyed the band, Zammarah. 

The best attended informal mixer of the year was the 
Brotherhood dance, held on February 20 at D'Amico's 
214, with the Mauds and Quiet World. 



Arnell Shinault and Jeff King (right) were crowned Miss 
Cupid and Mr. Juco at "Cupid's Masquerade" on February 
14. Glenda Malone was chosen best dressed girl. At the 
back-to-school picnic, volleyball was one of the popular 
activities: these teams (below) concentrated more on having 
fun than on good form. 





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February 




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Campus Groups Award 



Tournaments sponsored by the various clubs at 
JJC have become annual events. 

The road rallies, whose object is to race from 
check point to check point, with an emphasis on 
safety, are sponsored by the Motor Sports Club, and 
one of the most popular of the tournaments. 

The Vets' Club sponsor two tournaments each 
year, golf and bowling, and award trophies to the 
winners of each event. 

The Students of Social Science Club was the spon- 
sor of the foosball tournament, which was held short- 
ly after Christmas vacation. 

The women's physical education classes competed 
in a bowling tournament for trophies, which were 
awarded to the two girls who had the highest averages 
at the end of the Spring semester, 1969. 

President Rowley (right) awards trophies to Peg Briddick 
and Pam Madison for having the highest bowling 
averages in combined women's p. e. classes. 
Eventual winners of the foosball tournament 
Mike Smith and Tom Glenn, (below) watch compet- 
itors Mike Cichy and Rick Barr battle it out. 





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Tournament Prizes 








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This Hemi Powered Charger R/T 
(above) warms up in the parking 
lot before its take off in a 
road rally. Doug Benz (above 
left) is congratulated by Ron 
Limebeck for winning the Vets' 
Club bowling tourney in the 
spring of 1969. Jack 
McCambridge puts a long shot as 
fellow players watch on during 
the Vets' golf tournament in 
April of 1969. 



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Snow Fun Brings Students Outdoors 



Cliff House in Lyndon Station, Wisconsin served 
as home-base for the students who went on the ski 
trip during the weel^end of January 30, 31, Feb- 
ruary 1 and 2. The ski trip, which is an annual 
event, provided those who went with plenty of ac- 
tion during the semester break. Amateures were in 
the majority, but there were some experienced 
skiers, such as Pete Hendele, who finished eighth 
out of fifteen skiers in a racing contest. Besides 
skiing, the students enjoyed parties, snowmobiling, 
movies, dancing, playing pool, the local "pub", and 
horseback riding. 

The College Congress also planned some snow 
fun. Th^y sponsored a snow party, at which there 
was a variety of things to do. 




Biff Horvatin (above) gets ready to join the group. 











Before leaving to go skiing, students had to 
push the bus to start it. 




Mr. Yost (above) wears a confident smile, as he 
gets ready to take off on his skis. 
This group (left) at the snow party is making its 
way back to the toboggan slide for another 
exhilerating ride. 

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Ellen Hooks gets acquainted with the horse she rode at the snow party. 




Due to overcrowded conditions 
on the ski trip. Biff Horvatin 
(below) is seen leaving the la- 
dies rest room. 



Debby Wright (above) is ready to take off. as 

she exhibits good skiing form. Pete Hendele 

(above right) displays his experience by being 

able to clown as he is skiing. 



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L. Susan Williams and Pat Beal (right) 

patiently wait for their food to finish 

cooking in hopes that it isn't burned. WRA 

was to sponsor a snowman building contest in 

February which they were to award prizes, but 

these ambitious students (below right) built 

one in January and didn't get anything except 

wet hands and cold feet. See the tree (below 

left). It was our Christmas tree. Why 

wasn't it decorated? It sure was a nice 

tree! The University of Illinois Men's 

Glee Club (below) performed in May of 1969 

to a small crowd of music lovers. 




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where The 
Action Was ? 




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See the people behind the tree (left)? Why 
are they hiding? Are they hiding? No, they 
are kissing. Why do they kiss? The Freshmen 
class election in October brought out these 
two students (above left) who wanted to get 
involved; 

speaks for itself Let's silence the bell. 
Teachers Club members (middle right) are on 
their way to visit schools as one of their 
projects. These fine upstanding students 
(above) of Juco Super High demonstrate 
what their format education has taught 
them. 

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SHIELD STAFF, ROW ONE: Joe Boyle, Diana Inlow, Linda Carrescia, Sue Burton, Pat 
Seybold, Alan Meaux, Lenore Tolf; ROW TWO: Ken Kegley, Pat Horrigan, Jim Ridings. John 
Dzuryak. 




Peg White 



Subterranean Side Show (left) John 
Goodwin, Ruth Swanson, Jim Ridings, 
John Shields. 



0I16ANIZATI0NS 



College 
Congress 



Pass Legislation to 




A new addition to JJC's book exchange 
was established this year by College Congress. 
The addition was the selling of school supplies 
— notebooks, paper, pens and pencils. 

College Congress distributes to all the cam- 
pus clubs the activity funds which they use to 
underwrite activities. 

The social council of CC provides and ob- 
tains bands for mixers and semi-formals 
throughout the year as well as the spring 
concert, television sets and football game in 
the student center. 

College Congress held two committee 
chairmanships in the Illinois Association of 
Colleges and Junior Colleges which is a state- 
wide organization of junior colleges and small 
four year schools. 

Mr. Henry Pillard is sponsor of the organi- 
zation. 




1 Cheryl Foster 

2 Jan McCure 

3 Greg Hilsabeck 
vice president 

4 Joanne Pelligrini 

5 Mr. Pillard 
sponsor 

6 Holly Canaday 

7 Kent Heatherwick 



SOPHOMORES 

8 Sharon Pierson 

9 Keith Dilworth 

10 Tom Glenn 
president 

11 Debbie Trotter 

12 Don Klein 

13 LenoreTolf 

14 Myrtle Weikum 



15 Linda Carrescia 

16 Wendell Stevens 
secretary 

17 Carleton Bates 

18 Jim Thuot 

19 Ellen Hooks 



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Establish College Store 





1 David Koehler 

2 Kris Kemp 

3 Ray Palencia 

4 Joyce Barfield 

5 Debbie Gilbert 

6 Neil Trotter 



FRESHMEN 

7 Lisa White 13 Elaine Griffin 

8 Don Waldvogel 14 Cherie Long 

9 Sue Burton 15 Jim Jerzyche 

10 Kevin Sparenbergl6 Diane Dibble 

1 1 Steve Bredsen 17 Bill La very 

12 Marsha Brower 



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Summer Task Force 



Organizes September 
Orientation 



Any student may volunteer for the Sum- 
mer Task Force, which is the successor to the 
formerly elected Summer Council. With the 
new status, the group recorded more impact 
on student services this year — being active in 
organizing the September orientation progi^am 
and encouraging more widespread discussion 
of founding an alumni association for the 
College. 



1 Mr. Pillard 
sponsor 

2 Cheryl Foster 

3 Sharon Pierson 

4 Myrtle Weikum 

5 Joyce Barfield 

6 Debbie Trotter 

7 Joe Boyle 



8 Tom Glenn 

9 Al Follett 

10 LenoreTolf 

11 Greg Hilsabeck 

12 Bob Kelly 

13 Jim Thuot 

14 Jim Ridings 





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Cultural Cinema Club 



Starts Subterranean Side Show 

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The cinema as an art form and its relevance 
to our time are the main concerns of the CCC. 

Its programs of interest included pre- 
sentation of student made films and com- 
mercial films that received major awards. 

Its own newspaper, Subterranean Side 
Show attained influence on campus. 



1 Sandy Bennington 

2 Frank Cernugel 

3 Joe Boyle 

4 Barbara Lorenz 

5 Steve Kasak 

6 Bob Newsome 

7 George Henze 



8 John Carii 

9 Barry Roberts 

10 Ellen Hooks 

1 1 Angelo Sallese 

12 Mr. Stobart 
sponsor 

13 Debbie Trotter 

14 Larry Herrod 



15 Saul Brass 

16 Delores Welch 

17 Karen Lavazza 

18 Ruth Swanson 

19 Mr. Neff 
sponsor 

20 Jim Ridings 



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Engineer's Club 

Takes Field Trip 
To Nortiiwestern 



JJC's Engineers aim is to gain a better 
understanding of their field, encouraged as 
they are by the Johet chapter of the Illinois 
Society of Professional Engineers. 

Field trips and films of the chapter abet 
this aim. Incorporated into the 1969-70 
club calendar was a field trip to the North- 
western University Open House and one to 
the University of Illinois for the annual 
"Student Introduction to Engineering" 
program. 




1 Pete Apostolou 

2 Nick Clavijo 

3 Mike Strompolis 

4 Rich Hritz 

5 Jeff Hedge 

6 Jeff Carloss 

7 Len Knorr 

8 George Pershey 



9 Leon Felus 17 Ralph Favero 

10 Dave Gorham 18 Ray Horvatin 

11 Bob Ruffatti 19 David Meditz 

12 Packy Lambert 20 Jim Thuot 
ISJimRoop 21 Jeff Blair 
14 Dale Yurkovich 22 Rob Runty 
ISEdSeikus 23 Phil Raines 
16 Rich Kluth 24 Mr. Keagle 

sponsor 



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Teachers Club 



Serves School and Community 



1 Lynda Johnson 

2 Linda Delost 

3 Linda Tordai 

4 Marci Jonish 

5 Sue Urbanik 

6 Don Klein 

7 Terry Cassidy 

8 Sue Burton 

9 Karen Honiotes 

10 Judy Partak 
president 

11 Gordon Johnson 



12 Debbie Wright 

13 John Garvey 

14 Pat Benson 
vice president 

15 D'Ana Benner 

16 LenoreTolf 

17 Janice Richard 

18 Jolene Bowman 
secretary -treasurer 

19 Brenda Steele 
21 Joyce Davito 
21 Betty Lewis 




Teacher's Club offers membership to all 
students planning a career in education as 
teachers, aides, assistant teachers, librarians, 
or counselors. 

The club recruits students interested in 
teaching and provides introductory profes- 
sional information in its programs through 
visitation days in selected schools in the area. 
There are 105 collegians in the club. 

Programs of educational films, panels of 
student teachers and foreign students are pre- 
sented at monthly meetings. 

Members attend the annual Will County 
Book Exhibit for teachers, open houses at 
area schools and special educational confer- 
ences. 

Serving school and community, club mem- 
bers brought Christmas treats of homemade 
cookies, apples, magazines, and greeting cards 
to patients at Sunny Hill Sanitarium and sang 
carols for them a week before the holidays. 
The club also joined the College Congress in 
collecting clothing and games for the children 
at Guardian Angel Home. 

Faculty sponsor is Mrs. Grace Brewer. 




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Students of Home Economics 



Have Busy Third Year 



Mrs. Dorothy Crombie, formerly Director of 
Dairy Council in Indiana and now a resident of 
Joliet, spoke at the October meeting of SHE 
Club. She pointed out career opportunities avail- 
able to one majoring in home economics, child 
development, interior decorating, foods, dietics, 
and teaching. 

December, a busy month for the club, 
opened with a talk by Miss Karen Penrod on her 
experiences as an American Airlines hostess. At 
Christmas time, the faculty and administration of 
JJC was entertained by a tea in the home eco- 
nomics building. 

In the spring, a representative from the Con- 
tinental Pantry gave a demonstration on cake 
decorating. The club's annual banquet was held 
in May. 

Mrs. Doris Bonar is sponsor of SHE. 



1 Jan McCure 

2 Sally Varland 
vice president 

3 Denise Verderber 

4 Tobey Eaton 

5 Janet Kulig 

6 Penny Frunzar 

7 Mrs. Bonar 
sponsor 



8 Kathy Waddell 

9 Pat Lucky 
treasurer 

10 Denise Jerbi 

11 Carol White 

12 Jackie Waters 
president 

13 Nancy Cissne 





students of Medical Science 



Hold "Your Doctor Speaks" 





1 Sharon Hoppler 

2 Bernie Murray 

3 Dennis Guardia 

4 Claudia Allen 

5 Joyce Nemcevic 

6 Tom Clover 

7 Carl Holm 



8 Donna Paul 

9 John Maloney 

10 Craig Daub 

1 1 Jackie Hess 

12 Joann St. Germaine 

13 Brian Daub 

14 Cathy demons 



15 Mary Hermann 

16 Shirley Fprbes 

17 Jim Hoopler 

18 Jim Mansfield 

19 Nancy Larson 



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SMS, the Students of Medical Sciences, completed 
its 23rd year in 1970, during which it passed its 
50,000th mile of travel in the Chicago area. The club 
has had more than 1,000 speakers and 300 meetings. 
It has hundreds of alumni, now practicing physicians, 
dentists, nurses, veterinarians, medical technologists, 
and people in other specialties. It has also sponsored 
15 seasons of Your Doctor Speaks programs with 60 
speakers and progi'ams for all JJC students and the 
public. 

Fall programs in 1969 included Drs. Wastalu and 
Spadoni, Griffin, Ray, and Rousonelos. Dr. Ray re- 
turned with an all-school program on drug addiction 
and abuse. For the first time, YDS was repeated in 
Spring of 1970 with programs by Drs. Khater, Klafta, 
Morimoto, and Pandola. Several trips were taken to 
the International College of Surgeons in Chicago, and 
to University of Illinois colleges of medicine, dentist- 
ry, and phai'macy, and the medical division of the 
Museum of Science and Industry. Dental carving ses- 
sions were held for students taking the national den- 
tal aptitude tests. 

The club founder and sponsor, Mr. E. C. Pud- 
dicombe was made an honorary member of the Amer- 
ican Medical Association for the seventh successive 
year. 




JC Players 



Sponsor Theatre 

Trips 



The JC Players organized trips to plays in 
Chicago. In December, the Players presented 
"Spoon River Anthology," which was direc- 
ted by student John Shields. JCP also spon- 
sored theatre trips to see "The Great White 
Hope" and "Hair" in Chicago. 




1 Chuck Crinkovic 

2 Maggie Vaughan 

3 Barbara Lorenz 
secretary 

4 Bill Polyak 

5 Diane Eisenbrandt 

6 Ellen Hooks 

7 Joyce Davito 

8 Sandy Bennington 

9 John Shields 
president 

10 Steve Kasak 



11 Debbie Trotter 

12 Linda Carrescia 

13 Mike Markwell 

14 Brian Grimm 

15 Janice Richard 

16 Myrtle Weikum 
CC rep 

17 Ken Kegley 

18 Neil Trotter 

19 Alan Meaux 

20 Mr. McCarter 
sponsor 



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students for Political Involvement 

Hold Moratoriums for Peace 



1 Rick Tozzi 

2 Jackie Etciier 

3 Diane Colaric 

4 Fred Gutierrez 

5 Peggy Macko 

6 Bob Coleman 

7 Sylvia Mejia 

8 Jerry Kinney 



9 Kathy Scarboro 

10 Dave Robertson 

11 Rick Barr 

12 Michele Burns 

13 Mike Esposito 

14 Mary Hassert 

15 Ruth Swanson 

16 Dick Jenkins 




SPI is a newly organized group wiiose aim 
is to interest students in nonpartisan politics 
and social problems. This was accomplished 
by the club-sponsored observance of the Oc- 
tober and November Moratoriums for Peace. 

Speakers at these meetings included Char- 
lene Hertz, a former teacher, Mrs. Joyce 
Scott, a housewife, the Reverend Edward 
Brewster, pastor of the Ingalls Park Methodist 
Church, students and faculty members from 
JJC and Lewis College spoke at these ob- 
servances. They discussed current social, eco- 
nomic, and political problems. 

The club provided an information and re- 
ferral service for those people in the area who 
were in need of medical, social, legal or eco- 
nomic guidance. 

Mrs. Sandra Winslow is sponsor of the 
club. 




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Art Club 



Visits Art Institute 



The Art Club went on several trips 
this year ... to the Field Museum and 
Art Institute in Chicago and to art de- 
partments of colleges and universities. 

The club held a slide party at Miss 
Kassiday's apartment during the Christ- 
mas holidays, displayed the works of 
members at the Fine Arts Festival, and 
had a speaker from Lewis College. 



1 Diane Colaric 
late 

2 Katliy Abens 
secretary -treasurer 

3 Bob Newsome 
there 

4 Diane Krawchuck 
publicity 

5 Miss Kassiday 
sponsor 

6 Skeleton 
minister of defense 



7 Carolyn Stevens 
flower girl 

8 Rick Barr 
head shrinker 

9 Kathy Scarboro 
flower girl 

10 Mike Thomas 
president 

11 Rose Schmucker 
attendant 

12 John Dzuryak 
editor 

13 Leonard Brown 
photographer 





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Motor Sports Club 



Conducts Rallyes and Gymkhanas 





Motor Sports Club has acted this year 
primarily as a social club of JJC students 
who are interested in cars and the work- 
ing of engines. The club also showed 
desire in professional racing and has tried 
to present at least one event a month, in 
the form of road rallyes and gymkhanas, 
which test driver ability to follow direc- 
tions and to handle a car on a pre- 
determined course. 

Mr. Patrick Asher is sponsor of the 
organization. 



1 Bob Rositch 

2 Mr. Asher 
sponsor 

3 Jim Jerzycke 

4 Jeff Carloss 
president 

5 John Carli 



6 Pete Apostolou 

7 Dave Cline 
treasurer 

8 Jurgen Eichholz 

9 Chuck Southcomb 
10 Leon Felus 

vice president 



11 Paul Scholtes 

12 Dave Meditz 

13 Dennis Rogers 

14 Dennis Guardia 

15 Bill Ely 

16 Bob Darin 



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Press Club 



Sponsors Miss Shield 




Press Club is made up of members of all 
the publications staffs of JJC. Its purpose is 
to maintain and develop student interest in 
publications and to gain for the member a 
better knowledge of journalism. 

A principal activity of the club is sponsor- 
ship of the Miss Shield contest. A dinner 
party in December and theatre party in the 
spring were highlights of the year. 

Sponsors are Mrs. Edith Stewart and Mr. 
Carroll Chouinard. 




1 Jane Weak man 

2 Linda Carrescia 

3 Sue Townsend 

4 John Dzuryak 

5 Joe Boyle 

6 Rita Fomelli 

7 Frank Cernugel 



8 Connie Frantz 

9 Lenore Tolf 

10 Shirley Forbes 

11 Mrs. Stewart 
sponsor 

12 Cherie Long 

13 Sue Burton 

14 Joanne Masek 



15 Mr. Chouinard 
sponsor 

16 Ken Kegley 

17 Diana Inlow 

18 Jim Ridings 

19 AlanMeaux 



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Junior College Flyers 



Sponsor Parachute Jump 





1 Charles Coleman 

2 Fran Ragusa 

3 Patty Ragusa 

4 Penny Frunzar 

5 Mr, Puddicombe 
sponsor 

6 Ray Shroba 
vice president 

7 Betty Lewis 



8 Mike Fodor 

9 Frank Julian 

10 Mrs. Wm. Greene 

11 JimCottrell 
CCrep 

12 William Greene 

13 Tom O'Connor 

14 Dave Molaschi 



15 Dan Sullivan 

16 Reid Langerman 
historian 

17 Brad Totter 

18 Rich Cottrell 
A & P 

19 Jim Mansfield 

20 Don Challenger 

21 James Roop 



One of the fastest growing organizations 
on campus, J. C. Flyers, is a newly organized 
group of students interested in flying. Club 
objectives are to familiarize members witli 
ground as well as air aspects of aviation and to 
further aviation activities at the college. 

In the fall, under JCF sponsorship, Frank 
Julian, club member who was an army para- 
troop veteran, parachuted from a plane cir- 
cling JJC and landed in the quadrangle. 

Club activities for the year included a very 
successful penny-a-pound airplane ride day, a 
low-level flying display during the home- 
coming halftime, trips to the Air Force 
Museum in Dayton, Ohio, the Experimental 
Aircraft Association Air Education Museum 
in Hales Corners, Wisconsin, the Air Traffic 
Control Center at Aurora and at O'Hara, Mid- 
way, and Meigs Fields, and the McDonnell 
Douglas Aircraft factory in St. Louis, Mis- 
souri. 

Mr. E. C. Puddicombe is club sponsor. 



103 



Veterans' Club 



Members Hold Veteran's Day Ceremony 



1 Jim Dodson 
vice president. 

2 Mr. Aslier 
sponsor 

3 Dan Luksa 

4 Leroy Davis 



5 Jack Harris 
sec.-treas. 

6 Roger Kadow 

7 Tom Fee 
president 

8 Dan Morris 



9 Dan Elder 

10 Dave Ray 

11 Dan Trainer 

12 Norm Bradley 
CC rep 

13 Wesley Smith 



In its third year, the Veterans Club was 
successful in its main objective to help old- 
er students feel at ease among younger stu- 
dents. 

In December, the Vets sponsored their 
annual bowling tournament and co-spon- 
sored the Veterans Day ceremony, partici- 
pating in full dress uniform. 

The Veterans" Club is sponsored by Mr. 
Patrick Asher. 





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By Joe Boyle 

On several caripus ' across 
ihe country J, people have 
been wondering; if Paul Mc- 
Cartney is alive or deado 
The Chicago oua- ?imes de- 
voted most of 1-^;. front 
page to the p-ssibility 
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(continued, 05; i page 2) 

asa lAjNCHi 

The Black Students Union 
has announced +:hat it is 



by Debby Trotter 
(ecinote-in keeping with 
the idea of student in- 
volvement, the Side 
Show will publish Col- 
lege Congress notes by 
aetlng secretary and 
presidential nominee 
Debby Trotttr) 

The meeting on Octo- 
ber 19 began with dis- 
cussion on congress 
officer eloetionso The 
majority of 18-17 (de- 
cided bv acting presi- 
on page 2) 



The Subterranean Side Show, 
JJC's first independent 
newspaper, was founded in 
October, I969, within the 
Cultural Cinema Club as a 
means for students to par- 
ticipate in creative and 
free artistic and journal- 
istic endeavorso Staffed 
by students who were dis- 
illusioned by the censor- 
ship existing in the other 
campus publications, the 
Side Show soon grew to be- 
come the number one coll- 
ege paper in readership, 
staff, and popularity. The 
Subterranean Side Show 
concentrated on feature 
stories, satire, political 
controversy and humor, and 
cartoons as a method of 
communicating ideas and 
opinions to the college. 
Among the standout fea- 
tures of the Side Show 
this year were a lampoon 
of the press, looks at 
law and order and music, 
expanded Christmas and 
year-end issues, a cam- 
paign against pollution, 
and participation in the 
JJC Board eTection, ^r , 
John Stobart acted as 
sponsor and faculty 
scapegoat. 

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kick off th6ir drive in 




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effort in todays 
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n yesteryears 



Lettermen's Club 



Awards Jackets to Deserving Athletes 




Lettermen's Club is established to main- 
tain the ideals of sports and to reward 
deserving athletes. 

The Most Outstanding Wrestler and the 
Most Outstanding Physical Education Ma- 
jor awards are presented by the Letter- 
men's Club in memory of the late Eddie 
Johnson, a JJC wrestling standout. 

The major responsibility of the club in 
January was the making of signs furnished 
for the very successful Open House at JJC. 




1 Manuel Palacios 

2 Steve Herkert 

3 Barry Dean 

4 John Toth 
vice president 

5 Tom Wimberly 

6 Randy Gruben 

7 Joe Spiezio 

8 Fred Plese 
president 



9 Tom McKeon 

10 Clarence Westbrook 

11 Rich Coop 

12 Earl Crisp 

13 Mr. BeU 
sponsor 

14 Gordon Johnson 

15 Mike Whitchurch 

16 Tom Fee 



17 Guy Wolfinger 

18 Larry Williams 

19 BUI Bartolotta 

20 Mike Serena 

21 Don Prola 

22 Dave Sharp 

23 Mike Bell 

24 Duane Schoop 



106 



WRA 



1 Maureen Kennedy 

2 Karen Lingrel 

3 Lylah Strong 

4 Miriam Kane 

5 Nan Schmidt 



6 Patsy Stevenson 

7 Jeanne Meisinger 

8 Paula Wunder 

9 Barbara Nyder 




Setup 

Monthly Activities 



Women's Recreation Association, 
open to all women students of JJC, is 
affiliated with the Illinois Athletic and 
Recreation Federation of College Wom- 
en. 

The purpose of this organization is to 
further the athletic interests and activi- 
ties of women in physical education and 
sports activities. 

WRA conducts a year around pro- 
gram of sports appropriate to the sea- 
sons. 



107 



Black Student Union 



Was Busy First Year 



The Black Student Union, newly organized 
in the fall of 1969, proved to be one of the 
busiest organizations on campus. BSU partici- 
pated in several Community Action programs. 
They collected canned goods for needy families 
prior to Thanksgiving, vi^orked on a similar 
Christmas project of gifts and food, participated 
in the February Brotherhood Week program, 
sponsored dances and parties, and presented sev- 
eral films and speakers dealing with Black his- 
tory and culture. 



1 Robert Walker 

2 Ronnie Banner 

3 Leslie Beavers 

4 Saul Brass 

5 Barb Edwards 

6 Char Palmer 

7 Carlton Quarells 

8 Gladys Johnson 



9 Willie Smith 

10 Shirley Nicholson 

11 Cliff Shoemaker 

12 Clyde Winters 

13 Char Dorris 

14 Steve Simpson 

15 Barb Singleton 

16 Charles Betts 



17 Louise Carr 

18 Norman Tate 

19 Alvin Edwards 

20 Warren Wallace 
vice president 

21 Leonard Gavin 

22 Carleton Bates 
secretary 

23 Mr. Sterling 
sponsor 





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Social Science Club 



Stresses Brotherhood 





1 Mr. Curry 
sponsor 

2 Joanne Marvic 

3 Sue Burton 
vice president 

4 Lenore Tolf 



5 Phyllis Weber 
secretary 

6 Myrtle Weikum 

7 Joyce Barfield 



8 Sue Urbanik 

9 Tom Glenn 

10 Greg Hilsabeck 
president 



Social Science Club members participated in 
Homecoming activities and sponsored a candi- 
date for Miss Shield. SSS also collected canned 
goods for their second annual drive to aid the 
Salvation Army at Christmas. Also for the sec- 
ond successive year. Students of Social Science 
assisted the Easter Seal Center of Joliet, and 
presented a Brotherhood program in February. 
SSS traveled to Indianapolis for a conference on 
social affairs, and closed the year with their 
annual banquet. 



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student Agriculture Association 



Sponsor November 








roundaiion 



One of the largest organizations on campus, 
SAA began a fine year with its candidates 
Dennis Wagner and Donna Lieberg being elected 
king and queen presiding over the homecoming 
festivities. 

At a Christmas luncheon at Autumn Acres, 
scholarships were presented to two outstanding 
agriculture students. Dennis Wagner received the 
$500 John Richards scholarship, and Edward 
Mundt received the $100 Max H. Kuster scholar- 
ship. 

On November 18, a college open house was 
sponsored by the SAA to introduce the college's 
agricultural program to area high school stu- 
dents. One hundred and sixty five prospective 
students from forty-two high schools within dis- 
trict 525 attended. 

Orion Samuelson, Farm Director of WON 
radio and tv, was guest speaker at the January 
meeting of the club. 

Sponsors are Mr. Max Kuster, Mr. Stanley 
Kosiba, Mr. William Johnson, Mr. Robert Cot- 
tingham, and Mr. Owen Maue. 




1 Kurt Kuster 

2 Mr. Kuster 
sponsor 

3 Mr. Cottingham 
sponsor 

4 Ed Mundt 

5 Kathy Mitchell 

6 Alan Christenson 

7 Steve Riley 

8 Mr. Kosiba 
sponsor 

9 Dave Matteson 
sponsor 

10 Scott Huber 

11 Dom Bolognani 

12 Don Waldvogel 

13 Steve Brockman 



14 Rich Czerkies 

15 Wendell Stevens 
secretary 

16 Ralph Sangmeister 

17 Pat Kinsella 

18 Neil Trotter 

19 Loren Peters 

20 Steve Thompson 

21 Carl Holm 

22 Larry Coldwater 

23 Mike Bols 

24 Bernie Bols 

25 BiUMcCaw 

26 Mr. Maue 
sponsor 

27 Mr. Johnson 
sponsor 

28 Wayne Szepelak 



110 



Open House 




Bob Glasgow 

Norbert Brockman 

Joe Scarelli 

Jeff Green 

Orlin Reigel 

Bill Caruso 
6V2 Mickey Luth 
7 Jerry Raible 

Jack Flint 
Paul Feit 

sergeant at arms 

Garrett Blink 

Mike Placher 

Rich Binkley 

Don Schmidt 



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9 

10 
11 
12 
13 



14 Kevin Sparenberg 
sergeant at arms 

15 Jim Bartley 

16 Jim Parks 

17 Dave Kopack 

18 Bob Hammon 

19 Jack Flanigan 

20 Chuck Weber 

21 John Stephenson 

22 Kurt Redeman 

23 Roger Bradley 

24 Gary Bittner 

25 Bob Pogliano 

26 Warren Bane 

27 Charles Egdorf 



28 Jim Rousenelos 

29 Jim Lawler 

30 Dan Parker 

31 Leroy McPherson 

32 Lloyd Mooney 

33 Bill Kruger 

34 Gary Schlafer 

35 Gene Pool 

36 Bruce Devick 

37 Loren Pease 

38 Lyie Tewes 

39 Brian King 

40 Randy Thompson 

41 Mike Drendell 



111 



A 



Soloist and Groups 



Bands, Singers Perform 





1 Terre Houte 

2 Dianne Planning 

3 Maggie Vaughan 

4 David Miller Jr. 

5 Ray Shroba 

6 Joyce Barfield 

7 Debbie Gilbert 

8 Elaine Lieske 

9 Cheryl Foster 

10 Sue Hrechko 

11 Mary Ludwig 

12 Pat Beale 

13 Nicola Bostjancic 

14 Becky Grazis 



CONCERT CHOIR 

15 Elizabeth Pavelcik 

16 Todd Jones 

17 Lee Warner 

18 Sharon Mathre 

19 Kara Sheek 

20 Delores Welch 

21 Roberta Stimac 

22 Linda Jaskoviak 

23 Sadie Cage 

24 Don Monferdini 

25 Mark Weber 

26 Mike Wilhelmi 

27 John Petrusa 

28 Carl Holm 



29 Doug Pinnick 

30 Steve Bredesen 

31 Paul Jaeger 

32 Keith Dilworth 

33 Dave McAllister 

34 Bill Polyak 

35 L. D. McCullum 

36 Arnell Shinault 

37 Mike Walsh 

38 Mary Selvas 

39 Dennis Englert 

40 Coretta Chandler 

41 Gary LaFontaine 



JAZZ BAND 



1 Dean Minuth 

2 Jayne Weakman 

3 Mike Cichy 

4 Dianne Planning 

5 Connie Frantz 

6 Paul Slater 

7 Tom Fox 

8 Gayle Spitzmesser 



9 Dale Freeman 

10 Chester Warner 

1 1 Linda James 

12 Jim Matheis 

13 David Wainscott 

14 John Boyle 

15 Mr. Krause 
director 




for Area High Schools 




1 Regina Miksa 

2 Tony Contos 

3 Paula Hataburda 

4 Connie Frantz 

5 Mary Hassert 

6 Paul Goodwin 

7 Diane Ebert 

8 Dave Wainscott 

9 Sharon Mathre 
10 Carl Holm 



CONCERT BAND 

11 Bill Haldorson 

12 Kathy Dillon 

13 Tom Fox 

14 Linda James 

15 Dale Freeman 

16 Neil Trotter 

17 John Boyle 

18 Chester Davito 

19 Peter Scasny 



20 Ken McDonald 

21 Paul Slater 

22 Chester Warner 

23 Mr. Krause 
director 

24 Dave Alberico 

25 Dean Minuth 

26 L. D. McCullum 

27 Jayne Weakman 

28 Mike Cichy 




A 4^ ^ _. 




a 




MADRIGALS 



1 Cheryl Foster 

2 Elaine Lieske 

3 Debbie Gilbert 

4 Sharon Mathre 

5 Joyce Barfield 

6 Terre Route 

7 Mary Ludwig 




8 Gary LaFontaine 

9 Lee Warner 

10 Ray Shroba 

11 Paul Jaeger 

12 Steve Bredesen 

13 John Petrusa 

14 David Miller 



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ACADEHIC 



Liberal Arts 
Expanded 



At JJC, liberal arts are within the college- 
parallel program, one of the two major divisions of 
the College. In the interests of meeting student 
needs more fully, the liberal arts studies were 
broadened this year to include courses not tra- 
ditionally considered within this area of instruc- 
tion. 

For example, in the second semester a Human 
Development and Learning block of three classes 
was offered, including educational psychology, 
adolescent psychology and child development. Stu- 
dents were assigned to observe and participate in 
public school classrooms. 

Students interested in English could choose 
from a wider coverage of the field, such as was 
made available in a developmental reading pro- 
gram, as well as in the more usual liberal arts 
studies in rhetoric and contemporary literature. 

Afro-American history was offered again this 
year. Study in wider application of mathematics to 
careers was also part of the expansion in liberal 
arts. 



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Pam McGilvary (upper left) uses 
research material in the public 
library for an English assign 
ment: Steve Jones and Charles 
Belts (top) review notes before 
an Afro-American history test; 
Ellen Gustafson and Mary Pat 
Burgess (above) use their slide 
rules in figuring out the for- 
mula; Semester grades (left) 
spelled either agony or ecstasy 
for students. 







115 




Humanities 

Offer In-Depth 

Programs 

Music and art provide informal 
environment and atmosphere. Ex- 
hibits and concerts contribute to de- 
velopment of technical skill, sen- 
sitivity and performing attitudes. 

From its former position as essen- 
tially a teacher education facility, the 
art department has expanded into a 
multipurpose department, having in- 
troduced such courses as Introduction 
to Contemporary Art and Painting 
and Design. 

The Music Department offers an 
in-depth program in music literature 
as well as the theory of music. 

Both departments contribute to 
the Fine Arts Festival held each May. 





Cheryl Foster (top) demonstrates keyboard theory for Dr. Dell- 
inger and students Paul Jaeger, Holly Canaday, Kerry Gibbons, 
Bill Polyak, and Roberta Stimac; Willie Love (above) loses 
himself in his work as the canvas comes to life under his skill- 
ful hand. 

116 





Carlo Bo ex (above) harmonizes dur- 
ing choir practice; Jackie Waters 
(upper left) works on an art 
design project; Mike Cichy (left) 
practices his cello for an up- 
coming concert. 



117 



Occupational Studies Offer 
Quick Entry Into Business 



Phenomenal growth in the vocational de- 
partment is not measured by the number of 
students, but by the diversity of the programs 
offered. 

The automative service program prepares the 
student as an auto technician that leads to ser- 
vice manager, who are now in short supply. 

Culinary arts, a program which began the 
second semester, prepares for entry into the 
food service industry as a qualified specialist. 

Home Economics, hitherto thought of as 
merely cooking and sewing, expanded into pro- 
grams concerned mainly with inter-personal, 
inter- family, and intra-family relationships. 



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John Sheridan makes a correction in carbon drafting class. 



Student engineers Dennis Wills, Ray Horvatin, and Cyril Gura 
begin to survey the campus as one of their projects. 



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p. E. Courses Varied 



The major function of the physical education pro- 
gram is educating prospective teachers and coaches; and 
providing for every college student's instruction and 
recreation. 

Through its men's physical education program, the 
college welds well-toned mind and muscle into students. 
Each student receives a generous sampling of physical 
skills ranging from touch football and softball to tennis 
and tumbling. 

Women's P.E. is much the same as men's, in that it 
stresses body skills and mechanics, and affords majors a 
wide choice of courses. Classes are offered in such fields 
as modern dance, tumbling, swimming, ice skating, and 
hockey. 

The department was honored when Mr. Ken Parker, 
athletic director and men's P.E. chairman, was named 
director of Region IV, the National Junior College Ath- 
letic Association. 




P.E. clatisci iM'crc fre- 
quently held outside. 
White roughing it in 
the dirt, Paula Wag- 
ner (above) collected arrows 
from archery while Pat 
Seybold kept a tally of 
points. Dan Walsh (right) 
leaps high for the ball 
while his teammates fight 
for rebound. 




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P.E. students (left) use the Her- 
cules machine every day. Weight 
lifting, swimming strokes, and 
other body building exercises for 
developmental and remedial work can 
be performed on the machine. Ray 
Karges (lower left) bags a volley- 
ball return. Jeanne Meisinger 
(below) kept her eye on the 
birdie but missed it with her 
badminton racquet. 




121 



Sandy Adams and Mary Hermann 
(right) dissect their eel. 
another victim in zoology's 
wake. Cathy Scherer and Al- 
len Johnson (lower right) watch 
the clock and hope their 
timing results in a success- 
ful chemistry experiment. 
Botany student Peg White 
(below) examines plant cells 
under the microscope. 





122 




One of the geology classes (below) took an action 
packed field trip to a creek in Mazon last fall 
to examine rock samples. Terry Murphy (left) 
listens as his biology teacher explains lab 
procedures. The expressions of Paul Tezak and 
Linda Burkhardt (lower left) show that anatomy 
class can be a lot of fun. 




Science 



Utilizes 
Experimentation 



The science department strives to present an 
experienced knowledge of all sciences, and to 
encourage rational thinking. Special attention is 
placed on experimentation so as to enable the 
student to discover for himself the basis for the 
principles learned in the classroom. 

Biology classes stressed the interrelationships 
of plants and lovi^er animals to man, whereas the 
botany courses probed relations, environment, 
and classification from the lowest to the highest 
forms of plants. 

Chemistry students were offered a wide vari- 
ety of courses; from General Chemistry to Quan- 
titative Analysis. Geology enthusiasts were inter- 
ested in studying minerals of the earth's crust, 
marking the composition and structure of miner- 
als with their economic and scientific signifi- 
cance; field trips for rock and mineral identifica- 
tion added specific knowledge. 



123 




124 



Business Curriculum Combines Studies 




and Jobs 



To fill critical managerial positions in 
today's complex business world, the JJC 
Business Department coordinates a pro- 
gram to prepare the potential manager in 
most phases of administration. 

Several new programs which opened 
this year include mid-management 
marketing, which provides the student 
with on-the-job training; accounting, 
which includes supervised study in a 
local accounting firm, college credit, and 
initial paid employment. The newly ex- 
panded data processing prepares for a 
career as a programmer trainee, with ad- 
vancement possibilities in either business 
or scientific data processing. The secre- 
tarial curriculum has a sound back- 
ground including business communi- 
cations, accounting, economics, and the 
office skills of stenography, typing, busi- 
ness machines operation, and other of- 
fice procedures. 




Kathy Mitchell (top) checks for typing errors on a re- 
search paper. Sue Egly (above) uses the key punch for an assignment. 



Ag Department 
Receives $500 Grant 

The agriculture program at JJC is said to be the best 
in the state. The department is composed of four 
different programs. This curriculum is designed as a two 
year, double option program for those wishing the 
Associate of Science Degree in Agriculture. The four 
programs are the agriculture supply program, a two yeai 
occupational program which was the first in Illinois; 
agriculture production and management, an experi- 
mental placement program; agriculture transfer, design- 
ed for students working for a B.S. in agriculture; and 
horticulture, which works with fields of occupations 
related to the production of plants. This new program 
offers the option of specializing in landscaping, nursery 
management, turf management, and floriculture. 

The department is hoping to use some portions of 
the campus for educational purpose. The object would 
be to have non-experimental plots of a demonstrating 
type. The plan being considered is to employ an opera- 
tor manager whose main responsibility would be to take 
care of the farm. 

Student help could be arranged for the season. 

The Cities Service Foundation contributed $500 to 
be used specially to promote and implement the agricul- 
ture education program in agronomic fields. 




Bill Kruger (upper right) puts 

horticulture knowledge 

to good use by pruning 

a tree. The Agriculture 

Department sponsored 

an open house (right) in 

the fall to show high 

school students and 

their families how 

their program is run. 




125 




Dennis Wagner and Lana Carlson (left) look over 
land on which is hoped the college farm will be 
erected. The Agriculture Department presented an 
interesting look at the different aspects of the 
department at the Open House. Mr. Johnson, (top) 
Mr. Kuster, Mr. Cottingham. Mr. Kosiba, and Mr. 
Mauc began the tour with a welcome Conservation 
enthusiasts Gary Bittner. Gene Pool, and Leroy 
McPherson (above) check ecological aspects of 
Rock Run Creek. 



127 



A 



Dr. A. Khater (right) 
spoke on surgical pro- 
btems of women at one 
of the "Your Doctor 
Speaks" programs. Don- 
na Lieberg (below) 
considers adding a 
night class to her 
schedule. 







Community 
Interest Shown at 
Open House 



Joliet Junior College, through its Evening College 
program, attempts to meet the needs and interests of 
all potential students in the college district. It offers a 
wide variety of college credit courses and continuing 
education programs both on campus and in satellite 
high school locations at Coal City, Lincoln-Way, 
Lockport East and West, Morris, Plainfield, Newark, 
and Wilmington. 

"Your Doctor Speaks", now in its 15th season, 
doubled its number of programs. The Evening College 
and Students of Medical Science annually combine 
with the Aesculapian Society of Will and Grundy 
counties to produce the series for the benefit of all 
interested persons in the area. 

A Defensive Driving course was also held in late 
February. Trooper Robert Wood, the instructor, was 
with the Safety Education Office of District Five, 
Illinois State Police. The course is a capsulized version 
of the professional driver training program developed 
for motor fleet operators. 

Carol Yoo (left) enters Plainfield High School where 
she attended a JJC satellite class in child develop- 
ment. Trooper Robert Wood (upper left) gives help- 
ful tips on how to drive defensively. 2500 people 
attended the school's Open House in January. Here 
(top) a few visitors make their way to the Student 
Center. 



129 




After parking their dog sleds during the Great Snow, 

Willie Love and Rick Barr (above) just couldn't wait 

for the public library to open. Patty Lambert (top) 

creates another masterpiece. Lori Fassino and Roberta 

Stimac (upper right) engage in a wild game of crack 

the whip while in a p.e. ice-skating class. Tom 

Jones (right) didn't appear to have much of a problem 

adjusting to the new library facilities. 



130 



A Day I n The Life 





Bob Klait (left) pulls on the 
plugs while tuning up a hot 
Ford in auto mechanics. Bill 
Lynch (upper left) cuts loo- 
se with a wild tune on a 
bassoon during band prac- 
tice. Jill Gruben (above) 
puts business skills to 
good use while working 
at Lenz Drug Store. 









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Board of Trustees members are (seated) Samuel Saxon, 
Daniel L. Kennedy, Cecil Ingmire, H. Allen Holler; 
(standing) Donald M. Whitaker, William Glasscock, Vic- 
tor Scott. Officers of the board are Dr. Ingmire, chair- 
man; Mr. Holler, vice-chairman; and Mr. Whitaker, secre- 
tary. 



Administration 




134 



Elmer W. Rowley, President 





. Ronald Bleed, Director 
of Data Processing 

2. Joseph A. Borgen, Dean 
of Occupational and 
Technical Studies 

3. Maynai'd Boudreau, Dean 
of Evening and Summer 
College 

4. Dwight E. Davis, 
Curriculum Coordinator 

5. Robert L. Eich, 
Superintendent 

of Buildings and Grounds 

6. Robert E. Glenn, Assistant 
Director of Business Affairs 

1. Douglas G. Graliam, Directoi 
of Research, Development, 
and Federal Aids 



135 



Administration 




1. James J. Hines, Director of 
Business Affairs 

2. Claude L. Kern, Director of 
Culinary Arts 

3. Henry P. Pillard, Director of 
Student Affairs 

4. Vera C. Smith, Director of 
Admissions and Records 

5. Helen Tea, Director 
of Nursing Education 

6. Susan H. Wood, Administrative 
Assistant 

7. Walter F. Zaida, Dean of Student 
Personnel Services 




136 




137 



A 




138 




139 




1. William T. Allen, 
Biological Sciences 

2. Virginia R. Allen, 
Business Education 

3. Frank Alberico, 
Law Enforcement 

4. Gilbert L. Anderson, 
Physical Sciences 

5. Patrick Asher, 
English, Philosophy 

6. Gilbert Bell, 

Men s Physical Education 

7. Doris Bonar, 
Home Economics, 
Department Chairman 



140 




1. Grace A. Brewer, 
Education—Psychology, 
Department Chairman 

2. William Brinkman, 
Business Education 

3. Ester Bullock, 
Librarian 
William L. Burns, 
Foreign Language 
Department Chairman 
Laura Cato, 
Evening School Nurse 

6. Maurice A. Cameron, 
Physical Sciences 

7. William G. Chase, 
Psychology 



141 




1. CfiToll Chouinard, 
Journalism 

2. Margaret Cockbill, 
English 

3. Duane B. Converse, 
Physical Science 

4. John F. Corradetti, 
Business Education 
Department Chairman 

5. Robert D. Cottingham, 
Agriculture 

6. William J. Curry, 
Social Science 

7. Hal D. Dellinger, 
Alusic, Department 
Chairman 

8. James A. Egly, 
Business Education 





142 





2.-, 



1. Silas Ellingson, 
Mathematics, 
Department Chairman 

2. Carolyn Engers, 
Counselor 

3. Donald Esworthy, 
Mathematics 

4. James B. Genseal, 
Business Education 

5. Forrest Gibbs, 
Social Science 

6. Roger M. Gordon, 
Counselor 

7. Doris Hall, 
Women's Physical Education 



143 




1. Richard Harder, Mathematics 

2. W. Roy Hartman, Physical Sciences 

3. Marilyn R. Heniff, Mathematics 

4. Earl D. Henslee, Biological Sciences 

5. John E. Hirmer, Physical Sciences 




144 




1. Leonard Hodgman, Physical Sciences 

2. Beulah G. Hoffer, Women's Physical 

Education, Department Chairman 

3. Dulce M. Hornvale, Foreign Languages 

4. James W. Hurst, Social Sciences 

5. Doris F. Johnson, Nursing Education 




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145 




1. Georgina Johnson, 
Home Economics 

2. Paul O. Johnson, 
Speech 

3. Robert V. Jurgens, 
Agriculture 

4. WiUiam W. Kahle, 
Business Education 

5. Shai'lene Kassiday, 
Art 

6. Pryce L. Keagle, 

General Engineering Drawing 

7. Stanley Kosiba, 
Agriculture 




146 




1. William Krause, Music 

2. Ruth Kuchta, Librarian Clerk 

3. Earl W. Kurtz, Art, Department 

Chairman 

4. Max H. Kuster, Agriculture, 

Department Chairman 

5. Neil M. Lance, Men's Physical 

Education 

6. Melvin J. Larson, Physical 

Science, Department Chairman 

7. Harry D. Leinenweber, Social 

Sciences, Department Chairman 

8. Steve Lenich, Drafting 

9. Paul F. Lester, Social Sciences 




147 




148 





1. Daniel S. McCarter, English, 

Acting Department Chairman 

2. Bobby McDowell, Business Education 

3. Leroy E. Mecay, Physical Sciences 

4. Richard Meyers, Mathematics 

5. Peter L. Neff, English 

6. Dawn M. Neil, Biological Sciences 
1. Everett C. Nelsen, Physical 

Sciences 



149 



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1. Gilbert M. Nicoll, 
Mathematics 

2. Frederick C. Norlin, 
English 

3. Leonard M. Onsgard, 
Physical Sciences 

4. Kenneth Parker, 

Men's Physical Education, 
Department Chairman 

5. Arthur W. Philip, 
Automotive 

6. Jacob D. Pottgen, 
English 




150 




1. Edmund C. Puddicombe, 
Biological Sciences 

2. Lula Puddicombe, 
Librarian 

3. Alfred A. Racchini, 
Technical, Counselor 

4. Jack Richardson, 
Social Sciences 

5. Louis J. Sakal, 
Biological Sciences 



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151 



1. Mae Schiek, 
Nursing Services 

2. Helmut J. Sienknecht, 
Music 

3. Irma June Simmons, 
Nursing Education 

4. Pritam Singh, 
Physical Sciences 

5. Lottie M. Skidmore, 
Librarian, Acting Chairman 

6. Tarry Slusher, 
Electronics 




152 




1. Robert E. Sterling, Social Sciences 

2. John F. Stobart, English 

3. Mary C. Taylor, English 

4. Ted Thompson, English 



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153 




1. Lloyd L. Tinkle, 
Business Education 

2. Robert A. Truitt, 
Physical Sciences 

3. Martha Ellen Vanko, 
English 

4. Dean Van Tassel, 
Mathematics 

5. Arthur A. Wagner, 
Biological Sciences 
Department Chairman 

6. Arthur L. Walters, 
Foreign Language 

7. Kenneth Warman, 
Psychology 




154 





1. Charles O. Warthen, Trade Industrial- 

Technical 

2. Sandra Winslow, English 

3. William F. Winter, Social Sciences 

4. Robert Wolz, Business Education 

5. Jerry Yost, Men s Physical Education 

6. Emily Zabrocki, Nursing Education 
1 . William Zales, Biological Sciences 



155 



Security force members (right) 
Al Aden, Charles Talley, and 
Owen Golden open the build- 
ings each school day at 
the crack of dawn. Mr. 
Robert Eich. (below left) 
Superintendent of Build- 
ings and Grounds receives 
a requisition from Ron 
Heilbrunn. 




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They Also Serve, Who Don't 




Stand Around 
and Wait 



Time: 9:00 a.m. Place: the student park- 
ing lot. Situation: Owen Golden (left) issues 
his 169th ticket of the day. Cus- 
todians (lower left) Ron Terrant, Steve 
Flanagan, and Ray O'Connor check out 
equipment while on their rounds. The 
custodians (below) helped with the 
erection of the school bell in late 
January. 




157 



AWARDS 



JJC Produces WHO'S WHO-ers 
in Both 1968-69 and 1969-70 




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This year, the following students were selected for inclusion in 
the 1969-70 volume of Who's Who In American Junior Col- 
leges. (Seated) Sharon Pierson, Thomas Glenn, Kent Heather- 
wick, Shirley Forbes; (standing) Rita Fornelli, Alice Radcliff 



Debra Trotter, Jeffrey King, Gregory Hilsabeck, Wendell 
Stevens, Norman Bradley, Kenneth Krapf Myrtle Weikum, 
JoAnn Pelligrini, Connie Frantz. and John Dzuryak. Above is 
Mark Hendele recipient of the 1969 Charles Howell Award. 



158 




Honorees in the 1968-69 issue of the junior college "Who's 
Who" were: ROW ONE: Carol Ctennon; ROW TWO: Pat 
Sippte, Sue Tessiatore, Nancy Meyer, Fred Fonseca, Bill Bell: 



ROW THREE: Alexis Mijeski, Larry McCure. Bob Kraker, and 
Marie Stelow. 



159 




In 1969 Dan Rest (above) won first 

place in the Best Series category of 

the Northern Illinois State Press 

Association competition, for his panel 

of five photographs depicting 

spring. The Joliet Artists League 

awarded James Hicks (above right) 

two first places, one third, one best 

in show and a plaque for his fine 

art work. Tom Glenn and Kent 

Heatherwick (right) were appointed 

election committee chairman and 

intercollegiate speech and debate 

chairmanship of the Illinois 

Associated Conference of Junior Colleges. 




160 



Reward Professional Skills, 




Contributions to 
College Life 



Celine Solley (left) was awarded a cash 

scholarship from the Independent Accountant's 

Association of Illinois. From this field of 

candidates (below) the man and woman contributing the 

most to the benefit of the college were to be 

selected. The judges however found the 

records of all candidates so outstanding 

that honors were awarded to each. 




161 




DEBBIE GILBERT 

Honored Queen of Bethel #77 



MYRTLE WEIKUM 
Honored Queen of Bethel #75 



CHERIE LONG 

Honored Queen of Bethel #77 



Students Take Honors 
In School and Out 




Congratulating KEN KRAPF (left) is W. S. Robson of 
Eastman Kodak Co. which awarded Ken a trip to the 
4-H Club Congress in Chicago, for his outstanding 
work in photography. 



KURT KUSTER (right) is the only person from Joliet 
ever to have received the American Farmer Degi-ee. 



162 






founJaiion 



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BILL LAVERY, on his trip to Ireland, presented a good will plaque to Mr. Boyle, personal 
secretary to Prime Minister Lynch of the Republic of Ireland. 



CAROL FARRERO 

'Miss USO Armed Force of 1967" 





Mr. Pillard presents Student Achievement Awards to DON WALDVOGEL and KATH\ 
MITCHELL. They were selected by the degree of progress they had made toward the 
achievement of their particular goals. 



LINDA CARRESCIA 

Most Cooperative Female Award 
from C. F. Braun Co. ..„„ 




Lisa White, Secretary-Treasurer; Neil Trotter, President; and Debbie Gilbert, Vice President, join forces for 
1969-70 year. 

Freshmen Officers Inspire Classmates 



Kenneth Adams 
Michael Adams 
Sandra Adams 
Linda Airoldi 
Francis Alaimo 
David Alberico 



Carl Albert 
Terry Albor 
James Albritton 
John AUemang 
Claudia Allen 
Eugene Allen 



Irene Allen 
Robert Allison 
Joseph Almaza 
Robert Altenhoff 
Gregory Anderson 
Shaun Anderson 



Renee Antich 
Ron Appel 
Virginia Ardolino 
Joann Ashby 
Richard Atrill 
Robert Aultz 



Karen Babbe 
Donna Babecky 
Roseanne Babjak 
David Bacon 
Robert Badal 
Gilbert Bader 





Dennis Baker 
Fredrick Baldego 
Donald Ballantine 
Warren Bane 
Thelma Bankhead 
Mary Baran 



Joyce Bardowski 
Joyce Barfield 
James Barnes 
Judith Bartels 
James Bartley 
William Bartolotta 



Carol Bartos 
Howard Bates 
Robert Batson 
Michael Bauer 
Edwin Baumer 
Robert Baxa 



Sandra Bean 
Barbara Becker 
Sheryl Becker 
Anna Bedinger 
Anita Behringer 
Margaret Benham 



Richard Benjamin 
Nels Benson 
Kenneth Bergstrom 
John Berszoner 
Patricia Bertram 
John Bertrand 



Charles Betts 
Gary Beverly 
Richard Binkley 
Darwin Bisping 
Stewart Bisping 
Gary Bittner 



Maureen Black 
James Blackburn 
Jane Blackwell 
Regina Blahut 
Gerald Blair 
Jeff Blair 



Clifford Blink 
Gary Bodemuller 
Carla Boex 
Dennis Bogart 
Mary Bolen 
Domenic Bolognani 



Bernard Bols 
Michael Bols 
Charline Bonham 
John Book 
David Borden 
Ronald Borella 



d' 



Students Strive To 



Edward Bostanche 
Nicholas Bostjanic 
Charles Bottino 
Paul Boucher 



Thomas Boudreau 
Gayle Bovee 
Michael Bowlan 
John Boyle 



Kathleen Boyle 
Nancy Bradford 
Roger Braley 
Patricia Branchaw 



Robert Brannon 
Robert Bray 
Arthur Breen 
Michael Breen 



Ronald Brigel 
Norbert Brockman 
Steven Brockman 
Leonard Broderick 



Thomas Bromberek 
Edwin Brookman 
James Brossman 
Connie Brougham 



Marsha Brower 
Nancy Browman 
Daniel Brown 
Larry Brown 




166 



Achieve Success 




Leonard Brown 
Mary Brown 
Merle Brown 
John Brownlee 



Thomas Bucaric 
Mark Bucciarelli 
Serafino Bucciarelh 
Nancy Burkhardt 



Robert Burnett 
David Burton 
Jerry Burton 
Susan Burton 



Michael Buske 
Steven Butts 
Ronald Byers 
Ron Cabray 



Sadie Cage 
George Cagley 
Diana Camacho 
Daniel Campbell 



Arturo Campos 
Chris Canaday 
William Cardwell 
Dennis Carey 



Thomas Carey 
John Carli 
Joseph Carnaghi 
Bernard Games 



167 



Daniel Carney 
Nancy Carroll 
William Caruso 
Raul Casarez 



Terry Cassidy 
Kathy Chamberlin 
Terry Chandler 
Gregory Chaplin 



Dale Chapman 
Richard Charnicky 
John Chestnut 
Evelyn Chester 



Thomas Chester 
Robert Chestnut 
Richard Chlebanowski 
Alan Christensen 




Progress Begins in 



Alan Christiansen 
Michael Cichy 
Nancy Cissne 
Carol" Clark 
Kenneth Clausen 
Terry Claussen 



Nick Clavijo 
Bruce Clawson 
Catherine Clemens 
Judith Clennon 
Leo Cleveland 
David Cline 



William Cochran 
Kenneth Cohil 
Larry Coldwater 
Robert Coleman 
Wayne Coleman 
Charles Colognes! 




168 




Gerald Colombo 
James Condon 
Bruce Conners 
Brian Connery 



Susan Conroy 
Phyllis Coons 
Velma Corbin 
David Cotter 



Sharon Cotter 
Sylvester Cottrell 
Gary Cox 
William Creed 



James Crews 
John Crobie 
John Croce 
Kathy Cronholm 



Life, in Study 




Carol Cryer 
Mark Cullen 
Steven Cushman 
James Czajkoski 
Richard Czerkies 
Gloria Dahlke 



Anton Dalpos 
Dan Daniell 
Diane Darin 
Robert Darin 
Brian Daub 
Daniel Daubach 



Andrew Davis 
Bruce Davis 
Harold Davis 
John Davis 
Sandra Davis 
Barry Dean 



169 









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Mary DeChecko 
David Decman 
Deborah Deems 
Donna DeFor 



Charles Delehanty 
Soloman Deloach 
Linda Delost 
Lawrence Deh-ose 



Claire Demik 
John Dempsey 
Rosalie Deskin 
Dan Devea 



Leonard Devick 
Maria Diaz 
Diane Dibble 
Kathy Dillon 



Concetta DiPietro 
William Disera 
John Dittrich 
Kathryn Dixon 



Joann Dobczyk 
Michael Donahue 
Patrick Donahue 
Brian Donaldson 



Charlotte Dorris 
Dale Dorschel 
Preston Douglas 
Ronald Drake 



In Sports 




170 



In Friends 




g^iim^ 1 



Kim Drechsel 
Nancy Drick 
Andrew Dubrovich 
Joseph Dulny t 



Colleen Dun 
William Dunk 
Paul Duzan 
Maureen Ebben 



Dianne Ebert 
John Ebert 
Mark Ebert 
Debra Ed man 



Charles Egdorf 
Daniel Eggleston 
Susan Egizio 
Larry Egly 



Paula Ehresman 
Lee Eib 

Juergen Eichholz 
Diane Eisenbrandt 



Leonard Elam 
Danny Elder 
Michael Elfter 
Bradley Ell 



Robert Ellis 
William Ely 
Phillip Englert 
Lynette Engstrom 







171 



,A, 



Duane Enis 
Michael Esposito 
David Evenson 
Jody Farley 
Mary Farnham 
Gene Farries 



Lori Fassino 
Frank Fazio 
Paul Feit 
Laurie Feneli 
Sylvia Fenwick 
Walter Ferguson 



Lynn Fieldman 
Patricia Fiske 
Michael Fittro 
Evelyn Fitzgerald 
Patrick Fitzpatrick 
John Flanigan 



John Flint 
Jean Foran 
Mary Foran 
Laura Ford 
Daniel Fox 
Debra Fox 



Ronald Fox 
Roy Fox 
Diana Frank 



Charles Franke 
Charles Frantini 
John Frazier 



John Frederikson 
Terrence Freis 
Penny Frunzar 




172 




Barbara Fuchs 
Mary Fuhrman 
Mark Fumagalli 
Anthony Garcia 
Mary Gasparich 
Mary Gaydos 



William Gerard 
Bill Gerl 

Richard Gerstemeier 
Kerry Gibbons 
Deborah Gilbert 
Thomas Gimpel 



Lynda Gleason 
Paula Gleason 
Joyce Glenn 
Margaret Glenney 
Richard Goepper 
Robert Golden 



Laurie Goodson 
David Gorham 
Susan Gorman 
Glenn Gornik 
Eugene Goron 
Kathleen Goron 



William Gosda 
Terry Gougar 
Gilbert Graham 



Rebecca Grazis 
James Green 
Jeffrey Green 



William Greene 
Gloria Gregorash 
Jay Gregory 



173 



Gary Grenter 
Steven Grieff 
Elaine Griffin 
Sylvia Griffin 
Steven Griglione 
Brian Grimm 



Kevin Grimm 
Elaine Groth 
Don Gubelman 
Brenda Gunier 
Robert Gunier 
Richard Gunning 



Bruce Gustafson 
Marlene Hackerson 
April Hagerman 
Barbara Hahn 
Nancy Hahn 
Joseph Haley 



James Haller 
Jeffrey Haller 
Richard Ham 
Paul Hamilton 
Robert Hamman 
Thomas Hammel 



Julia Hammer 
Gordon Hanson 
Linda Hanson 
Margaret Hardy 
Mary Harrigan 
John Harris 



Linda Harris 
George Harrop 
David Hart 
Nancy Hartong 
Mary Hassert 
Paula Hataburda 



Nancy Hausmann 
Ronald Hayes 
Jerry Hearns 
James Heavens 
Joseph Heenan 
Thomas Heggerty 



John Hennessy 
John Henschel 
Harry Henslee 
George Henze 
Mary Hermann 
Lawrence Herrod 



Richard Heye 
Paula Hibler 
Herbert Hickman 
James Hicks 
Roy Hidlebaugh 
Richard Hill 





4. ^ m 







Susan Hill 
Clarence Hills 
Jane Hintze 
Curtis Hobson 
Robert Hochevar 
Dennis Hocker 



Ralph Hodel 
Bruce Hogdon 
Judith Hoffmeyer 
Dennis Holbrook 
Sally Holland 
Bonita HoUoway 



Karen Honiotes 
Stephen Hooks 
Dorothy Hooper 
James Hooper 
Sharon Hoppler 
Joseph Horn 



Patrick Horrigan 
Larry Hougas 
Linda House 
Frank Houser 
Susan Hrechko 
Richard Hritz 



Candace Hrpcha 
Scott Huber 
Dennis Huckfeldt 
Patricia Hudson 
Herman Huffman 
David Hughes 



Freshmen Adjust to New Surroundings 




175 



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A Taste of the 



James Humbert 
Steven Hunt 
Sharon Hutton 
Diana Inlow 



Gregory Int Hout 
Michael Irvin 
Robert L. Irwin 
Terry Ivansek 



Jimmy Jackson 
Richard Jackson 
Pete Jadron 
Leonard James 



Linda James 
Linda Jaskoviak 
Catherine Jaso 
Stephen Jehle 



Sherri Jencon 
John Jendro 
Kip Jensen 
Denise Jerbi 



John Jeretina 
Michael Jeretina 
James Jerzycke 
Ralph John 



Anita Johnson 
Brian Johnson 
Douglas Johnson 
Edward Johnson 



Gladys Johnson 
Gordon Johnson 
Lawrence Johnsor 
Nancy Johnson 




New Generation 




Phyllis Johnson 
Sheryl Johnson 
Wendell Johnson 
Dennis Jones 



Steven Jones 
Marcia Jonish 
Patrick Joyce 
Keith Juhant 



Frank Julian 
Leo Jung 
Donald Jungles 
James Jurkovich 



Frank Jurmann 
Lane Kamhi 
Richard Kapinys 
John Kappas 



Jacqualine Kasprowski 
Brian Karneboge 
Deborah Kasteleo 
Terry Kasten 



Bob Keca 
Kenneth Kegley 
Susan Kelly 
Kristin Kemp 



James Kenney 
Stephen Kertes 
Robert Kezerle 
Karen Kiedaisch 



Richard Killian 
Mark King 
William King 
Patrick Kinsella 



Donna Kitlica 
Shirley Klancher 
Dale Klann 
Randall Kleck 
Sue Klimek 
Richard Kluth 



Barbara Knaff 
Roxann Knakmuhs 
James Knighton 
David Koehler 
Kim Koepke 
Barbara Koerner 



Harry Koerner 
James Kolbe 
Diane Koncar 
James Konechy 
David Kopack 
Kenneth Krall 




You Are What 



Richard Krall 
Deane Krawchuck 
Runi Kreml 
James Kren 



Robert Krieger 
David Krnac 
William Kruger 
Gerald Kubinski 



Michael Kucinic 
Janet Kulig 
Lawrence Kunze 
Susan Kutches 



David Kuzminski 
Garry LaFontaine 
Kevin Lagger 
Patrick Lambert 




178 




Reid Langerman 
Gail Laraway 
Bill Lardi 
David Larimer 
Mary Larsen 
Glenn Larson 



Bill Lavery 
Larry Lawless 
Thomas Lazar 
Richard Leffler 
Dale Lehner 
Andrew Lenz 



Sandra Leopold 
Frank Lesh 
Judith Leve 
Elizabeth Lewis 
Gary Lewis 
Joseph Lewis 



You Want to Be 




Carol Ligos 
Thomas Lind 
Gregory Linder 
Judith Lisner 



Neil Liptak 
Mary Lisdero 
Ronald Lockwood 
Susan Lofky 



Patrick Lohmann 
Joanne Long 
Patricia Long 
Roger Long 



Antoinette Lopez 
Marlene Luchik 
Mary Ludwig 
Mickey Luth 



179 



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The Pause That 




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Wendy Lutz 
Susan Macarek 
John Mackay 
Charles Mackender 



Peggy Macko 
Joanne Majack 
George Majerszky 
Robert Major 



Dennis Malloy 
Glenna Malone 
John Maloney 
Mary Mandeville 



Kathleen Manheim 
Kevin Manley 
Erna Manns 
Robert Marenche 



Beverly Marino 
John Markelz 
Michael Markwell 
Gregory Marlow 



Donald Marshall 
Dennis Martin 
Dirk Martin 
Linda Martin 



Laurel Martis 
Jo Ann Marvic 
James Matesevac 
James Matheis 



Donald Mathias 
Judy Mattas 
David Matteson 
Mary Anne Mauro 




Refreshes 




Joyce Maxwell 
Michael Maxwell 
Dudley May 
Jan Mazurek 
James McAsey 
Garry McCarthy 



William McCaw 
David McCoy 
James McCreery 
Kenneth McDonald 
Pamela McGilvray 
Michael McGuire 



Mary McHale 
James McHugh 
Melody Mcintosh 
Roy McKay 
Thomas McKeon 
Denis McLain 



James McLean 
Dennis McParthn 
Louise McShane 
Gordon Meade 
Alan Meaux 
Stephen Meister 



Maria Mejia 
Dennis Meyer 
Patricia Meyers 
Benedict Midlock 
Jade Mikles 
Regina Miksa 



Donald Miller 
David Miller 
Anne Minarich 
Douglas Mitchell 
James Mitsdarffer 
David Molaschi 



Barbara Moncek 
Robert Mondek 
Jolm Monl'erdini 
Joseph Monshau 
Martin Montalla 
Lloyd Mooney 



Barbara Moore 
Wilford Morris 
Gary Morrison 
Daniel Morse 
Jane Mortensen 
Douglas Moses 



Kenneth Moses 
Sandra Mozden 
Diana Mrozek 
David Mufich 
Maryann Munch 
Ruth Munch 



Edward Mundt 
Roy Mutsch 
Linda Myers 
Michael Myers 
Linda Nagra 
Barbara Narducci 



Francis Nash 
Mary Nash 
Patricia Nash 
Nicholas Ndoca 
Eric Nelson 
James Neuzil 



Joan Nicholson 
Joyce Nielsen 
Theodore Nitz 
Joel Nix 
Norma Noble 
Elaina Noll 



Michael Nosse 
James Novak 
Connie Nutt 
Robert Oberlin 
Allen Obman 
Marv O'Brien 



Mike O'Connell 
William O'Leary 
Mary Oliver 
Dana Olsen 



Charles Olsen 
John Olson 
Thomas Olson 
Rozella Olson 



John Olznoi 
George O'Neil 
Michael O'Rourke 
Joann Ospalik 



Jerome Paddock 
Manuel Palacios 
Charlyn Palmer 
David Papesh 











William Park 
Charles Parker 
Daniel Parker 
John Pasdertz 
Janet Pasteris 
Robert Pasteris 



Thomas Pasteris 
Peter Pastore 
James Patterson 
Peter Patterson 
Robert Patterson 
Donna Paul 



Dennis Pavletich 
Robert Pederson 
George Pershey 
Victor Pesavento 
Lee Peters 
Louis Peters 



Anita Petersen 
Geraldine Peterson 
Jeanette Peterson 
Mary Petrosko 
Roseanne Petrungaro 
Rita Petrusa 



Kenneth Phelps 
Elaine Phillips 
Gregg Phillips 
Header Pierce 
Robert Pierson 
Gary Pi Ion 



Robert Pilon 
Richard Pinneo 
Gerald Piper 
Susan Pirc 



Marylyn Pius 
Raymond Placencia 
Dianne Planing 
Robert Plott 



JoAnn Podolski 
Robert Pogliano 
George Pokornv 
William Polyak" 



Gene Pool 
Leonard Poplawski 
Barbara Potter 
Dale Pounovich 



Gary Powell 
Laura Powell 
Robert Prange 
Laurie Preshard 
Fred Pribish 
Randall Price 



Richard Prihode 
James Pritchett 
Edward Pucel 
Joan Pyle 
Carlton Quarells 
Carol Quarells 



Daniel Quealy 
Brian Quigley 
Pava Radakovich 
William Ragan 
Frances Ragusa 
Jerry Raible 



Diane Rausch 
Mary Ready 
Kurt Redemann 
Gregory Reeves 
Kathy Remus 
Patricia Revels 



Orlin Riegel 
Sandra Riley 
Steven Riley 
Douglas Rink 
Barry Roberts 
Bruce Roberts 



Cheryl Robertson 
Donald Robinson 
Jerry Robinson 
Lawrence Robinson 
Mario Rocha 
Jeflery Rodeghero 



Ronald Rodeghero 
Dennis Rodgers 
Victoria Rodriguez 
David Rogan 
James Rohr 
Clarence Rolando 



Kai'en Roth 
James Rousonelos 
Daniel Rozak 
Sandra Rudisill 
Michael Ruedin 
Nancy Runge 



Jean Ruppe 
Elsie Russell 
Michael Russell 
Patricia Sacco 
Angelo Sallese 
William Sandrik 





Freshmen Take Time to Relax 




Ralph Sangmeister 
Kathleen Sarcletti 
Ann Savage 
Joseph Scarcelli 
Catherine Scaropoulos 
Peter Scasny 



Christine Schaefer 
Douglas Schehr 
George Scheuber 
Lawrence Scheuber 
Beth Schilling 
Gary Schlafer 



Nancy Schmidt 
Francis Schmitt 
Thomas Schmitt 
Rosann Schmucker 
Duane Schopp 
Shirley Schroedor 



Clarice Schultz 
Patrick Schumacher 
Edward Schutter 
Carl Schwab 
Theodore Scitar 
Donald Scott 



Linda Scott 
Susan Scott 
Michael Scully 
Edward Sealy 
Roxanne Sefcik 
Edward Seikus 



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Q, 

Student Practice 



Gale Seiler 
Mary Selvas 
Michael Serena 
Jane Severe 



Laura Severson 
Patrick Sewald 
Patricia Seybold 
Micliael Shanlioltzer 



Dana Shay 
Kara Sheek 
Mary Sheffield 
Dawn Sheridan 



John Shields 
Arnell Shinault 
Wanda Shinault 
Donald Shipley 



Fouad Shubair 
Daryl Sieger 
Gertrude Sienko 
James Sippel 



John Sklare 
Paul Slater 
Paul Slimko 
Betty Smith 



Daniel Smith 
Gayle B. Smith 
Gayle S. Smith 
Nucgaek Smith 




186 



In Unison 




Rodger Smith 
Willie Smith 
Patricia Sokolowslci 
Karey Soper 



Henry Soto 
Charles Southcomb 
Dennis Spangler 
Kevin Sparenberg 



Steven Spencer 
Joe Spiezio 
Gayle Spitzmesser 
Jacqueline Spivey 



Phillip Stachelski 
David Stahl 
Gary Stanficld 
Dorothy Staniszewski 



Susan Stariha 
Brenda Steele 
Michele Steffes 
Carl Stegner 



Ralph Stevens 
Patsy Stevenson 
Bruce Stewart 
Robert Stewart 



Gerald Stidley 
Paul Stiles 
George Stimac 
Robert Stimac 



187 



Jack Stitely 
William Stofan 
Craig Stone 
James Stonehouse 



Michael Strompolis 
Lyla Strong 
Richard Strysik 
Judith Studer 



Daniel Stukel 
Judith Suhadolc 
John Sullivan 
John R. Sullivan 



Michael Sulwer 
Farrel Summers 
Neil Sundal 
Robert Surman 
Kathleen Suski 



Brian Suste 
Donald Sutter 
Douglas Sutton 
George Sutton 
Ruth Svetich 



Ruth Swanson 
Dan Sweeney 
William Swope 
Gerald Szafranski 
Jerry Szepelak 



Wayne Szepelak 
Joseph Talarico 
Donald Tamez 
Patricia Tanis 
William Tatro 




Aii^.'^ 



Freshmen Overcome 





Ernest Tatroe 
Floyd Tew 
Lyle Tewes 
Carol Thorn 



Ben Thompson 
Christine Thompson 
Deborah Thompson 
Gary Thompson 



Endeavors 



Steve Thompson 
Bruce Tjelle 
John Toth 
Thomas Toth 




Bradley Totter 
Neil Trotter 
William Troughton 
Bobby Trusley 
Geoffrey Tryon 



Emma Tutt 
Karen Tyree 
Gregory Ukovich 
James UUian 
Elizabeth Urbancic 



Gary Vacca 
John Vacca 
Jerry Vancina 
Randel Vanderhyden 
Cheryl Van Duyne 



Bruce Van Houten 
Sally Varland 
Magdalena Vaughan 
Michael Ventura 
Jerry Vercellolti 



189 



. . and Look Forward 



Denise Verderber 
Daniel Veronda 
Leonard Vilt 
Linda Vitali 
Paul Vitali 



Edward Vogt 
Helen Vrakas 
Donald Waldvogel 
Jerry Walker 
Thomas Walker 



Walter Walker 
David Wall 
Mark Walley 
Virgil Walton 
Dennis Wanda 



Dennis Warren 
Charles Weber 
Phyllis Weber 
Gerald Weiske 
Sheila Welch 



Linda Weldin 
Wendy Wells 
Denis Welter 
James Wendell 
Richard Wharrie 



John Wheatley 
Jay Wheeler 
Ca'rol White 
Lisa White 
Margaret White 



Elizabeth Whitlock 
Kay Whitlock 
William Widlowski 
Robert Wiening 
Michael Wilda 



Bruce Wilgus 
Patricia Will 
Jacqueline Willard 
Bobby Williams 
John Williams 




to the Future 




Larry Williams 
Mary Williams 
Sarah Williams 
Kenneth Willis 
Kaleen Wills 



Daniel Wilson 
Freddie Wilson 
Nina Wilson 
William Wilson 
John Wimberly 



Stephen Wines 
Linda Winke 
Edward Wojciechowske 
William Wolf 
Warren Wonders 



Stephen Wood 
Sandra Woodard 
Fred Woods 
Robert Woods 
Roland Wozniak 



Deborah Wright 
Joette Wright 
Ronald Wright 
Dennis Wruk 
Paula Wunder 



Roger Wyss 
Gary York 
Marvin York 
George Young 
Frances Zacha 



Jo Ann Zager 
Elizabeth Zalar 
Victor Zambrano 
David Zdunich 
John Ziech 



John Zigrossi 
Marilyn Zivec 
Debi Zola 
Marilyn Zwiers 



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Sophomores 




Kathy Abens 
Robert Altenhoff 



Kerry Adams 
James Anselmino 



Mike Abeam 
Pete Apostolou 



James Albrecbt 
Scott Arnold 



Sophomore Class 



Josepb Allen 
Joann Ashby 



James Atchison 
Diane Attaway 
George Attaway 



Delmar Austin 
Jill Baber 
Peggy Balu 



192 



Yogi Bandura 
Ronald Banner 
Donna Banning 





Douglas Barnett 
David Beguin 



Wayne Bartels 
D'Ana Benner 



Carl Bates 
Sandra Bennington 



Patricia Beale 
Pat Benson 



James Beavers 
JoAnn Benton 



Officers Bet on the Future 

Tom Glenn, President; Debbie Trotter, Secretary— Treasurer ; and Greg Hilsabeck, Vice President, lay odds on a foosball game. 




Sophomores 



Keith Berger 
Gary Boland 
Harvey Bolton 
Phyllis Borchardt 



Veronica Bottomley 
Paul Bougon 
Jolene Bowman 
Betty Boza 



Frank Brady 
Bob Bray 
Debra Brei 
Richard Brinkman 



Sandra Brossman 
Robert Broughton 
John Brown 
Sandy Brown 



Ann Brsan 
Douglas Brusatte 
Barb Buffo 
Mary Burgess 




194 




James Burkhardt 
Paul Bush 
Holly Canaday 
Jerald Cameron 



David Carlson 
Linda Carrescia 
Charles Carter 
Linda Catherman 



Ann Cavanaugh 
Frank Cernugel 
Gary Cloonen 
Karen Cloutier 



Diane Colaric 
Charles Conn 
Evelyn Conner 
Anthony Contos 



Kathy Cooney 
Terrance Cordes 
Emma Craft 
Lerov Davis 



195 



Sophomores 



Joyce Davito 
William Deline 
Bruce Devick 
Jesse Diaz 



Chris Diemer 
Keith Dilworth 
William Dirker 
Rosa Disera 



Lester Doyle 
Sadie Doyle 
Dave Dugan 
John Dzuryak 




Barbara Edwards 
Barry Edwards 
Jacqueline Ellis 
Glenn Erickson 



Jean Erickson 
Daniel Evans 
Carol Farrero 
Lawrence Feltes 

196 



Sophomores Have Mixed 





Leon Felus 
William Fitzpatrick 
Regina Fleming 
Alan Follett 



Shirley Forbes 
Rita Fornelli 
Cheryl Foster 
Connie Frantz 



John Freed 
Linda Furlan 
Lucy Furlan 
John Garvey 



Opinions Concerning New Campus 




Leonard Gavin 
Ronald Gilbert 
Linda Glass 
Linda Glasscock 



Scott Glasscock 
Tom Glenn 
Craig Goddard 
Lee Gombash 

197 



Sophomores 




Susan Goode 
David Grzetich 



Judy Grate 
Dennis Guardia 



Diane Gregoire 
Robert Guffey 



James Gremillion 
Cyril Gura 



Mary Grimpe 
Fred Gutierrez 



Registration and Homecoming 




Becky Haas 
Bill Haldorson 




George Harrop 
Steve Herkert 



Alicia Hawkins 
Jacqueline Hess 



Kent Heatherwick 
Richard Hester 



Part of Sophomore Life 



Jeff Hedge 
Mark Hieser 



Laurel Heggen 
Marguerite Hill 




199 



Sophomores 



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Greg Hilsabeck 
Ken Hoffman 
Carl Holm 
Linda Homerding 



Ellen Hooks 
Ray Horvatln 
Terre Houte 
Josie Hutchinson 



Greg Int-Houl 
Kent Irvin 
Milo Isaacson 
Paul Jaeger 




Sophomores, The People 



Laurie Jaggers 
Christina Jasinski 
Diana Jensen 
Bruce Johnson 



Gordon Johnson 
Lynda Johnson 
Pat Johnson 
Scott Johnson 




200 



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Dennis Jones 
George Jones 
John Kane 
Ray Karges 



George Kazell 
Bob Keca 
SharonKeenan 
Bob KeUy 



Terry Kelly 
Maureen Kennedy 
Brian King 
Jeffery King 



of the Future 




Don Klein 
Terry Klepp 
Bob Koch 
Lyle Koenig 



Donald Kooyenga 
Dave Kowalski 
Edward Kowalski 
Barbara Kozak 



201 



Sophomores 



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Robert Kruger 
Anthony Laker 



Linda Krumlinde 
Jo Ann Lambert 



Ray Ksiazak 

Larry Lanier 



Mike Kucinic 
James Lawler 



Kurt Kuster 
Luis Leal 



Student's Spend Leisure Time 



Mike Lesnik 
Celeste Levering 
Paul Libersher 



Donna Lieberg 
Elaine Lieske 
Norbert Likar 



202 



Karen Lingrel 
Don Lockhart 
Pat Lohmann 





Barbara Lorenz 
John Madden 



Terri Loutos 
Glenna Magee 



Bill Lynch 
Pat Magee 



Joseph Macko 
Rudolph Mandat 



Purposefully, or at Ease 



Bill Madsen 
Linda Markwalter 




203 



Sophomores 



Joanne Masek 
Sharon Mathre 
Judy Matt as 
John McAllister 



Bruce McBurney 
John McCambridge 
Larry McCarthy 
James McCoy 



Janet McCure 
Barbara McGaughy 
Kathy McGowan 
Cathy McNamara 



David Meditz 
Nancy Meinert 
Jeanne Meisinger 
Robert Michel 



Marvin Miller 
Kathy MitcheU 
Pat Moeller 
Ken MoU 




You're Your 





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Own Obstacle 



Patricia Mooney 
Linda Morris 
Ken Mraz 
Scott Mulbarger 



Raymond Munday 
Bernard Murray 
Ross Nelson 
Terrance Nickel 



Dave Nolan 
Mike Nolan 
Bruce Nordstrom 
Mary O'Connor 




Arnold Ozbolt 
Peter Palermiti 
Juan Palomo 
David Palya 



John Pappas 
Judy Partak 
Ron Pasternak 
Jan Patterson 



Sophomores 




Pete Patterson 
John Petnisa 



Elizabeth Pavelick 
Ken Phillips 



Loren Pease 
Sharon Pierson 



Richard Peck 
Marie Piraino 



Anita Peterson 
Stephanie Polley 



Tensions are Relieved 




Gail Preble 
Jim Pubentz 




Alice Radcliffe 
Sandy Reed 



Bill Ragan 
Steven Rees 



Edward Rahn 
Janice Richard 



Phillip Raines 
James Richards 



Roy Ravagnie 
James Ridings 



Both in and out of Class 




207 



Sophomores 



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Rita Riordan 
Stan Ripsch 
Kenneth Roberts 
Randall Robinson 



David Roe 
David Rogers 
James Roop 
Robert Ruffatti 



Mary Ann Salamor 
Richard Sanders 
Walt Satorius 
David Saxon 



Kathy Scarboro 
Cheirles Scheuer 
Eugene Schinzel 
Nancy Schmidt 



Thomas Schmitt 
Dennis Schoeling 
Paul Scholtes 
Susan Schoppe 




208 




Hot Lunches Fill Empty Stomachs 



Dale Schroeder 
Fran Schuda 
James Severe 
Elvin Shearer 



James Shimek 
Arnell Shinault 
Larry Shiner 
Pat Shiner 



Ray Shroba 
Michael Sillar 
James Sizemore 
Richard Skoff 




209 



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Sophomores 




Robert Sleezer 
Cliff Spencer 



Joanne Slimack 
David Stangland 



Mary Snider 
Pam Sterle 



Mary Beth Snyder 
Tim Sterritt 



Celine SoUey 
Carolyn Stevens 



Writing and Waiting Confront 




Wendell Stevens 
Tim Storm 



Linda Sticklen 
Melvin Stuemke 



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Richard Sulzberger 
James Thuot 



David Tallman 
Georgia Tierney 



Marge Taylor 
Lenore Tolf 



Luther Thompson 
Linda Tordai 



Sophomores at Registration 



Randy Thompson 
Susan Townsend 




211 



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Sophomores 




Timothy Travers 
Danny Van Fleet 



Debbie Trotter 
Patty Vodacek 



Steven Ulitzsch 
Richard Vrieze 



Bill Vail 
Denny Wagner 



Linda Van Duyne' 
Peggy Waite 



New Environment 



Lawrence Walker 
Kathy Walsh 
Lee Warner 



Jayne Weakman 
Nancy Webb 
Mark Weber 



Myrtle Weikum 
Douglas Weller 
212 Nancy Widlowski 





Joyce Wiechec 
David Williamson 
James Williamson 
Zandra Willis 



Jerry Wittmus 
Larry Yunker 
Dale Yurkovich 
Mary Zentarski 



Brings New Habits 




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Graduate Directory 



Abens, Katherine Joyce, Art, 
Southern, Art Club Sec.-Treas., 
Club Reporter, Miss Shield 
Court Member, 192 

Adams, Kerry L., 192 

Aheam, Mike F., 192 

Albrecht, James D., 192 

Allerl, Jolene A. 

Allen, Joseph L., 192 

Allison, Gerald J. 

Altenhoff, Robert, 192 

Alvey, Don L. 

Alvey, John Dale, Lock port, 
P.E.M., Northern, Basketball, 
Baseball 

Amberly, Karen A. 

Anderson, Karen S. 

Anderson, Robyn E. 

Anselmino, James E., 192 

Antich, Gerald R. 

Apostolou, Pete, 192 

Arnold, Scott Drewneal, Clinton, 
Agr., I.S.U., S.A.A., 192 

Ashby, Joann, 192 

Atchison, James E., 192 

Attaway, Diane Mane, Joliet, Ed- 
ucation, 192 

Attaway, George Allen, Elwood, 
Law, U. of I.. Intramurals, 192 

Austin, Deimar J.. 192 

Austin, Jerry W. 

Austin, John Ray, Jackson, 
Tenn ., Law Enforcement, 
N.I.U., Wrestling 

Austin, Nancy L. 

B 

Babet, Jill Frances, Wilmington 
Elementary Education, I.S.U. 
W.R.A., Social Council, 192 

Balu, Peggy, 192 

Bandura, Thomas Michael, Streat 
or, P.E.M., Pep Club, FootbaU 
Lettermen's Club, 192 

Banner, Ronald, 192 

Banning, Donna Gayle, Joliet, Ed 
ucation. College of St. Francis 
192 

Barnett, Douglas A., 193 

Barr, Richard R. 

Bartels, Wayne M., 193 

Bartz, James A. 

Bates, Carleton E., 193 

Beale, Patricia Ann, Joliet, 
Speech, Northwestern Univ., 
Concert Choir, Black Students 
Union, 193 

Beavers, James D., 194 

Beguin, David J., 193 

Benner, D'Ana, 194 

Bennington, Patrick R. 

Bennington, Sandra Lynn, Chan- 
nahon, English, J. C, Players. 
C.C.C. Play, Spoon River An- 
thology, Miss Shield Candidate, 
193 

Benson, Pat, 194 

Berger, Keith E., 194 

Birkey, Betty 

Birsa, Dennis J. 

Blaha, John Joseph, Naperville, 
Business 

Bobowski, Tim I., Michigan City, 
Ind., Marketing 

Bode, George Anthony, Lock- 
port, Chemistry, Coast Guard 
Academy 

Boland, Gary G., 194 

Bolton, Harvey John, Lockport, 
Tech. Drafting, 194 

Bonham, Vernon L., Jamestown, 
Tenn., Biological Science, Olivet 
Nazarene 

Booras, George W. 

Borchardt, Phyllis, Elwood, En- 
glish, CoUege of St. Francis, 194 

Bostjancic, Joseph J. 




Ken, Jill, and Ellen soak up the sun during lunch time. 



Botka, Charles J. 

Bottomley, Vernonia A., 194 

Bougon, Paul. 194 

Bowden, Steve G. 

Bowman, Jolene F., Joliet, Spe- 
cial Ed u cation, Northern, 
Teachers Club, CoUege Con- 
gress, 194 

Boyle, Joseph R., Marketing, Jo- 
liet. Press Club, Summer Task 
Force, UNCLE, Shield Staff Pic- 
ture Editor, Casuals, Subterra- 
nean Side Show Writer 

Boza, Elizabeth Ann, Lockport, 
Business Management, Comput- 
er and Business Skills Institute, 
194 

Bradley, Norman William, Frank- 
fort, Engineering, Engineers 
Club, College Congress, Veter- 
ans Club, Financial Committee 
Chairman 

Brady, Frank, 194 

Brauer, Robert A. 

Bray, Bob, 194 

Brei, Debra L., 194 

Brenczewski, James A. 

Brinkman, Richard, 194 

Brossman, Sandra J., 194 

Broughton, Robert E.. 194 

Brown, John B., 194 

Brown, Clyde, Joliet Business, 
Stout State CoUege, BasketbaU, 
Letter in Basketball 

Brown, Mary K. 

Brown, Sandra K., 194 

Brsan. Ann M., 194 

Brunner, Michael T. 

Bruns, Charles J., New Lenox, 
Agr., U. of L, S.A.A. 

Brusatte, Douglas L., 194 

Bubica, John M. 

Buchen, Michael R. 

Buckler, James A. 

Buffo, Barbara J., Joliet, Psychol- 
ogy, Lewis College, 194 

Burgess, Mary Pat, Coal City, 
Physical Therapy, Northern, 
S.M.S., CoUege Congress, Shield 
Staff faculty editor. Press Club, 
194 

Burke, Patrick WilUam, Joliet, 
Lewis CoUege 

Burkhardt, Dave H. 

Burkhardt, James C, Mokena, 
General. 195 

Burns, John J. 

Bush, Paul T., 195 



Cagliuso, George M. 
Cameron, Jerald, 195 



CampbeU, Richard E. 

Canaday, Hollis Beth, Joliet, Mu- 
sic. U. of I., College Congress, 
Choir Sec.-Treas., Madrigals, 
Miss Shield Court Member, 195 

Carloss, Jeffrey W. 

Carlson, David L., 195 

Carrescia, Linda Katherine, JoUet, 
U. of I., Special Education, 
S.M.S. Typist, S.S.S., Press 
Club, J. C. Players, Summer 
Task Force, UNCLE, Open 
House Committee, Shield Staff 
Special Asst., Graduate Direc- 
tory Editor, Social CouncU, 
Teachers Club, Casuals, Ulinois 
grant and scholarship. Leader- 
ship Conference Delegate, 195 

Carter, Charles M., 195 

Carter, Joel 

Carter, Thomas G. 

Catherman, Linda F., Joliet, His- 
tory, New Mexico, W.R.A., 195 

Cato, Laura J. 

CavaUero, Michael J. 

Cavanaugli, Ann T., 195 

Chandler, Coretta 

CheUino, Tom J. 

Cemugel, Frank R., JoUet, Gener- 
al, Lewis CoUege, Press Club, 
C.C.C, Vice-Pres., Student 
Teaching Business, Casuals 
Staff, Subterranean Side Show 
Business Manager, 195 

Christenson, Walter J. 

Clark, Larry Gene, Frankfort. 
Business 

Cloonen, Gary J., 195 

Cloutier, Karen M., 195 

Colaric, Diane M^rie, Joliet, Sec- 
retarial. Art Club. 195 

CoUins, Karen M. 

Conn, Charles R., 195 

Conner, Evelyn A., 195 

Contos, Anthony B., 195 

Cooney, Kathleen R., JoUet. Sec- 
retarial. Working, Social Coun- 
cU. 195 

Coop. Richard Allan. Minooka, 
Math and Agr., I.S.U. , Letter- 
mens Club, Track, Cross Coun- 
try, Illinois State Teachers 
Scholarship, Teachers Club, 
S.A.A. 

Cooper, Robert Marvin, Orland 
Park, Agr., U. of L, S.A.A. 

Cordes, Terrance M., 195 

Cottrell, James, New Lenox, Avia- 
tion, CoUege Congress, J. C. 
Flyers 

Cox, Jon W. 

Craft, Emma Jean, Joliet, P.E.M., 
IlUnois State, W.R.A., Vice- 
Pres., Pep Club, Summer Task 



Force, UNCLE, Basketball, 
Cheerleader Co-Captain, Miss 
Shield of '69, Work Scholarship, 
Black Student Union, Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 1st 
runner-up, 195 
Crowe, Darrel V. 

D 

Dalian, James E., JoUet, Business 

D'Arcy, Margaret Jane, Plainfield, 
Art, Southern, Art Club 

Daub, Craig Charles, Lockport 
Dentistry, U. of I. S.M.S. Pres 

Daum, Carol J. 

Davis, Dan M., Joliet, Business 
Western University 

Davis, Leroy James, Coal City 
Education, I.S.U., Teachers 
Club, Veterans Club, 195 

Da%ito, Joyce A., JoUet, Educa- 
tion, Teachers Club, J. C. Play 
ers, 196 

DeUne, William M,, 196 

Delmastro, Rita Claire, Braid 
wood. Liberal Arts and Sci 
ences, W.R.A. 

Deltonto, Kathleen Ann, Joliet 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Southern, Spanish Club Secre 
tary 

Devick, Bruce C, 196 

Diaz, Jesse N., Joliet, Business 
Northern, 196 

Diemer, Chris Ann, Lockport 
Art, Northern, S.M.S., Art Club 
196 

DUlard, Stephen R. 

Dilworth, Keith E., New Lenox 
P.E.M., Social CouncU, CoUege 
Congress, Summer Task Force 
UNCLE, Leadership Conference 
Delegate, 196 

Dirker, WiUiam Clyde, Morris. 
Agr., Illinois State University 
S.A.A., 196 

Disera, Rosa, Joliet, Art, Art 
Club, 196 

Ditton, BUI E. 

Dockendorf, John J. 

Doertler, WiUiam L., Morris, In- 
dustrial Arts 

Domagala, Robert M., WUming- 
ton. Engineering, U. of I. 

Doyle, Lester Patrick, Lockport, 
P.E.M., Ulinois State, Track, 
196 

Doyle, Sadie, Joliet, Psychology, 
Southern, Pep Club, Black Stu- 
dents Union, 196 

Drendel. Michael Edward, Naper- 
viUe. Agriculture Production, 
S.A.A. 

Dugan, David Lee, Sugar Grove, 
Agr., Wisconsin State Univer- 
sity, S.A.A.. BasebaU, FootbaU. 
196 

Dzik, Ronald J., Chicago, P.E.M., 
Wrestling 

Dzuryak, John, Morris, Liberal 
Arts, Northern, Press Club Vice 
-President, Shield Staff Activ- 
ities Editor and Editor-in-Chief, 
Casuals staff Circulation, Home- 
coming Candidate, Art Club, 
196 



E 

Ebert, David Allen, Mokena, Agr. 
Supply, S.A.A., Intramurals 
BasketbaU and VoUeybaU 

Edmundson, Robert Lewis, Mor- 
ris, Data Processing, Lewis Col- 
lege 

Edwards, Barbara Diane, Joliet, 
P.E.M., Northern, W.R.A. » 
Black Students Union Sec, 



214 



Work Scholarship, 196 

Eklwards, Barry Wayne, Joliet, 
Liberal Arts, Eastern Illinois 
University, 196 

Ellis, Jacquehne Ann, Joliet, Spe- 
cial Education, I.S.U., W.R.A., 
196 

Engelmann, Thomas L., Joliet, 
Machine Design 

Englert, Dennis C, New Lenox, 
Business, I.S.U., Business Club 

Entwistle, Catherine Mary, Mor- 
ris, P.E.M., Northern, Press 
Club, Shield Staff 

Erickson, Glenn A., Minooka, 
Agr.. S.A.A., 196 

Erickson, Jean Ellen, Crest Hill, 
Education, Southern, Teachers 
Club, College Congress, 196 

Etcher, Jacqueline F. 

Evans, Daniel, 196 

Evenson, Kristine Ruth, Joliet, 
Education, Augustana College, 
Teachers Club, W.R.A. 



Falk, Judy Irene. Joliet, Biology 

Faynik, Michael J. 

Farrero, Carol Louise, Coal City, 
Business, Spanish Club, 196 

Feltes, Lawrence Fredrick, Joliet, 
Sociology, I.S.U., Casuals Staff, 
196 

Felus, Leon E., 197 

Fick, Theresa Jane, Joliet, Nurs- 
ing, S.M.S. 

Field, Bruce M., Lockport, Auto 
Technology, Michigan Universi- 
ty 

Fishburn, Dale H. 

Fitzpatrick, William J., 197 

Fleck, Paul J. 

Fleming, Regina Louise, Plain- 
field, Elementary Education. 
LS.U., Teachers Club, 197 

Florida, Bennie, Eernie, Missouri, 
Communications Engineering, 
U. of I. at Circle Campus 

FoUett, Alan V., Glen EUyn, Agr. 
Business, I.S.U., S.A.A., College 
Congress, Social Council, 197 

Forbes, Shirley Jean, JoUet. Zo- 
ology, U. of I. Circle Campus, 
S.M.S. Treas., Chess Club, Blaz- 
er Staff news editor. Shield 
Staff copy editor, 197 

Fordonski, David J. 

Fomelli, Rita Marie, Coal City, 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, U. of 
L, Press Club, College Congress, 
Summer Task Force. UNCLE, 
Shield Staff organizations editor. 
Blazer Staff news editor, 197 

Foster, Cheryl Dawn, Joliet, Mu- 
sic, I.S.U., College Congress, 
Summer Task Force, Choir 
Madrigals, UNCLE, Miss Shield 
Court Member, S.S.S.. 197 

Fox, Ronald Wayne, New Lenox, 
Drafting, Bradley 

Frankenburg, James William, 
Joliet, Engineering, Chess Club, 
Veterans Club 

Frantz, Connie Estelle, Lockport, 
Special Education, I.S.U., Press 
Club. Blazer Staff feature edi- 
tor. Teachers Club, 197 

Frattini, Lawrence L. 

Freed, John L., Lexington, Agr. 
Transfer, I.S.U., Lettermens 
Club, S.A.A., Basketball, Base- 
ball, 197 

Freeman. Dale H. 

Frigo, Bernard Alvin, Lockport, 
Accounting, U. of I. 

Furlan, Linda M., 197 

Furlan, Lucy Marie, Joliet, Educa- 
tion, I.S.U., Teachers Club, 197 



Garb, Stanley Edwin, Lemont, 
Electronics, Northern 

Gavey, John Thomas, Joliet, Edu- 
cation, Lewis College, Spanish 
Club, Teachers Club, C.C.C, 
Chess Club Vice-Pres., Press 
Club, 197 

Gavin, Leonard, Johet, Finance, 
Fisk University, Black Students 
Union, 197 

Gilbert, Ronald Lee, Lemont, Ed- 
ucation, Northern, Teachers 
Club, 197 

Glass, Linda Jean, Joliet, Secre- 
tarial, 197 

Glasscock, Linda C, 197 

Glasscock, Scott Arrid, Joliet, 
Machine Design, Bradley, Track, 
197 

Glenn, Thomas Alan, Joliet, Lib- 
eral Arts, Northern, Press Club, 
College Congress Pres., Blazer 
Staff editor-in-chief, S.S.S., Ro- 
tary Club Student of Month 
(Nov. '68), Freshman Class 
Pres., Tennis, 197 

Goddard, Craig, 197 

Gombash, Joseph Lee, Lockport. 
Education, 197 

Goode, Susan Lynn, Morris, Lib- 
eral Arts and Sciences U. of I., 
Teachers Club, 198 

Goodman, Ronald F., Lemont, 
Liberal Arts, I.S.U., Teachers 
Club, Veterans Club 

Goodwin, John C, Joliet, Art, 
Columbia College, Art Club, 
Pres Club, C.C.C, Casuals Staff, 
College Congress, Subterranean 
Side Show 

Goodwin, Paul Allen, Joliet, Gen- 
eral, Bond 

Granger, Richard T. 

Grate, Judith A., Plainfield, Data 
Processing, 198 

Green, Wayne N., Lockport, Busi- 
ness, Lewis College 

Greene, William Elmer, Mokena, 
Science, California 

Greer, Gary Earl, Moline, General, 
W.I.U., Concert Choir 

Gregoire, Diane, 198 

Grimes, Daniel Michael, Lexing- 
ton, Agr., LS.U., S.A.A. 

Gremillion, James, 198 

Grimpe, Mary L., 198 

Gruben, Jill A., JoUet, Education, 
I.S.U., Teachers Club 

Grzetich, Dave, Crest Hill, P. E.M., 
Northern, 198 

Guardia, Dennis James, JoUet, 
Dental, Northern, S.M.S., 198 

Guffey, Robert Lee, Joliet, Busi- 
ness, 198 

Gunderson, Russell W. 

Gura, Cyril Edward, Johet, Engi- 
neering, U. of I. Circle Campus, 
Engineers Club, Chess Club, 
College Congress, LS.U. Scholar- 
ship, 198 

Gustafson, Ellen J. 

Gutierrez, Fred, 198 

H 

Haas, Rebecca A., 198 

Hahn, David S., 198 

Haldorson, WilUam P., EI wood. 

Math, I.S.U., 198 
Haley, John R. 
Hammer, Julia D. 
Handorf, Carolyn L. 
Hanley, Dean E., 198 
Hansen, Stanley H. 
Harris, Charlene B. 
Harrop, George D., 199 
Hawkins, AUcia Anne, Morris, 

Business, Northern, 199 



Hays, Roger F., Business, I.S.U. 

Heath erwick, Kent William, 
Frankfort, P.E.M., Speech, Let- 
termens Club, College Congress, 
Track, Social Council, Cross 
Country, Chairman, Football 
Manager Trainee, Summer Task 
Force, Cheer leader Wolf, 
UNCLE, 199 

Hedge, Jeffrey Thomas, Plain- 
field, Architecture, Bradley Uni- 
versity, Art Club, Engineers 
Club, 199 

Heggen, Laurel J., 199 

Hendele, Peter B. 

Herbst, Thomas E. 

Herkert, Steve, 199 

Herrod, Ermond L. 

Hertko, Joseph Raymond, Joliet, 
Liberal Arts, U. of CaroUna 

Hess, Jacqueline A., 199 

Hester, Richard J., 199 

Hewlett, Richard A. 

Hickey, Janet K. 

Hicks, Thomas C, Johet, P.E.M., 
Lettermens Club, Intramurals, 
Wrestling 

Hieser, Mark D., 199 

Hill. Delores J. 

Hill Joyce A. 

HUl, Margaret, 199 

Hill, Nancy Lou, Lockport, Edu- 
cation, S.I.U.. Young RepubU- 
cans 

Hillman, Dana 

Hilsabeck, Gregory Webb, Lock- 
port, Liberal Arts, LS.U., Col- 
lege Congress Vice-Pres., Tennis, 
Summer Task Force, UNCLE, 
S.S.S. Vice-Pres., and Pres., 200 

Hoffman, Ken, 200 

Holm, Carl Louis, Dwiglit, Agr., 
I.S.U., S.A.A., 200 

Holm, Linda M. 

Homerding, Linda J., 200 

Hooks, Ellen Marie, Joliet. Educa- 
tion, J. C. Players Executive 
Board, C.C.C, Sec, CoUege 
Congress, 200 

Horrigan, Patrick Dailey, Joliet, 
English, Bradley, Shield Staff, 
Academic Editor 

Horvatin, Raymond Joseph, Jo- 
liet, Engineering, U. of I., En- 
gineers Club, Summer Task 
Force, Leadership Conference 
Delegate, UNCLE, 200 

Houte, Terre Lee, Johet, Liberal 
Arts, U. of L, Concert Choir, 
Madrigals, 200 

Huber. William Joseph, Essex, 
Data Processing. Northern, In- 
tramurals Basketball 

Hudar, Marianne C, Joliet, Edu- 
cation, I.S.U., Teachers Club 

Huffman, Herman L. 

Huhn, David Scott, Joliet, Gener- 
al 

Huml, Daniel R. 

Hunter, Susan Jean, Joliet, Data 
Processing 

Hutchinson, Josie Jean, Minooka, 
Art, Art Club, 200 

I 

Int-Hout, Greg, 200 
Irvin, Kent D., 200 
Isaacson, MUo G., 200 



Jaeger, Paul Wayne, Joliet, Music. 
LS.U., Concert Choir and Mad- 
rigals, 200 

Jaggers, Laura Lynne, Lockport, 
Business, Western College. 200 

James, Shawn Timothy, Joliet. 
P.E.M., Southern, Hockey Club 

Jasinski, Christina, 200 



Jensen, Diana Lynn, Joliet, Spe- 
cial Airhnes, 200 

Johnson, Bruce, 200 

Johnson, Fran Rose, Lemont. Ed- 
ucation, U. of I. Circle Campus 

Johnson, Gordon Raymond, 
J oliet. Physical Education, 
Northern, Lettermens Club, 
Baseball — Most Valuable Play- 
er, Intramurals, Cross Country, 
200 

Johnson, Lynda Lorraine, Joliet, 
Psychology, Northern, S.M.S., 
Teachers Club, 200 

Johnson, Patricia Ada, Lemont, 
Medical Technology, Northern, 
S.M.S., 200 

Johnson, Scott, 200 

Jones, Dennis Ray, Cornell, Agr. 
Transfer, I.S.U., S.A.A., 201 

Jones, George E., 201 

Jordan, John E. 

Jordan, Kathleen A. 



K 

Kadow, Roger L., New Lenox, 
History, College Congress. Vet- 
erans Club, Young RepubUcans 
Pres. 

Kane, John, 201 

Kane, Miriam, Joliet. Education, 
Olivet Nazarene College, Teach- 
ers Club, Social Committee, 
Chess Club 

Karges, Ray Allan. Johet, Busi- 
ness. Lewis College, 201 

Kasak, Stephen J. 

Kazell. George M., 201 

Keca, Bob, 201 

Kennon, Sharon Rose, Joliet, 
English, College of St. Francis. 
201 

Kelly, Robert Elkin, Hometown, 
P.E.M.. Lettermans Club, Intra- 
murals, Wrestling, Leadership 
Conference Delegate. College 
Congress. Summer Task Force, 
UNCLE, Social CouncU, Shield 
Staff Sports Asst.. 201 

Kelly, Terry John, JoUet, Ac- 
counting. Southern, 201 

Kennedy, Maureen E., 201 

Kent, Delores I. 

Kestel, Kenneth Joseph, Manhat- 
tan, S.A.A. 

Kiely, Gerald Albert us. Ottawa, 
General 

King, Brian Scott. Joliet, Agr., 
Wisconsin State, S.A.A., Leader- 
ship Conference Delegate. Vet- 
erans Club Sec.-Treas., Club Re- 
porter, 201 

King, Jeffrey N., Joliet, Econom- 
ics, Lake Forest College, Basket- 
ball, Veterans Club, Leadership 
Conference Delegate. Intramu- 
rals Basketball. Black Students 
Union, Vice-Pres., 201 

Kinney. Gerald Richard, Joliet, 
Liberal Arts, Students of Politi- 
cal Involvement 

Kirinich, Mary L. 

Kittle. Sandra L. 

Klein. Don. 21 201 

Klepp, Terry G.. 201 

Koehl. Daniel L. 

Koehn. Dennis Edgar. Beecher, 
Agr.. S.A.A. 

Koenig, Lyle, 201 

Kooyenga, Donald R., 201 

Kowalski, David E.. 201 

Kowalski. Edward Frank, Johet, 
Dentistry. U. of I., S.M.S., Vet- 
erans Club, 201 

Kozaii, Barbara Jean, Lockport, 
Secretarial. 201 

Kozol. Andrew V. 

KraU, PhUip E. 



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Graduate Directory 



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Krapf, Kenneth Norman, Manhat- 
tan, Agr., U. of I., Lettermens 
Club, Press Club, Photographer. 
CoUege Congress, Shield Staff 
photographer. Blazer Staff pho- 
tographer 

Kren, James John, Joliet, Law 
Enforcement, Lewis College 

Kruger, Robert Thomas, Bloom- 
ington, Agr., LS.U., S.A.A., 202 

Krumlinde, Linda Sue, Lockport, 
Special Education, LS.U., 202 

Ksiazak, Raymond J., 202 

Kubinski, William J. 

Kucinic, Mike, 202 

Kueteman, William C. 

Kuster, M. Kurt., Joliet, Agr., 
LS.U., S.A.A., F.F.A. Award in 
Farming. 202 



Lahey, Mary Catherine, Joliet, 
English, Southern, Leadership 
Conference Delegate 

Lain, Kenneth Ray, Wilmington, 
Liberal Arts, U. of L, Adam 
Award 

Laker, Anthony J., 202 

Lamb, Barry 

Lambert, JoAnn W., 202 

Lane, Russell J. 

Lanier, Larry Allan, Morris, 
P.E.M., Northern, Intramurals 
202 

Lawler, James W., 202 

Leal, Luis M.. 202 

Legg. William D. 

Lesnik. Michael Carl, Lockport. 
Education, LS.U., 202 

Libersher. Paul Robert. Joliet, 
Chemical Engineering, U. of I., 
Golf, Concert Choir, 202 

Lieberg. Donna M., Johet, Busi- 
ness, Northern, Homecoming 
Queen '69, 202 

Lieske, Elaine, 202 

Likar, Norbert, 202 

Lingrel, Karen S., JoUet, Psychol- 
ogy, Southern, Press Club, 
W.R.A., Homecoming Queen 
Candidate, 202 

Lockhart, Don Lee, New Lenox, 
Agr., U. of I.. S.A.A., 202 

Lohmann, Pat 202 

Lorenz, Barbara Anne, New Len- 
ox, Education, I.S.U., Teachers 
Club, J. C. Players Sec.-Treas., 
W.R.A., Spoon River Anthol- 
ogy, 203 

Love, Willie E. 

Lucaora, Jack Anthony, Joliet, 
Architecture, U. of I. 

Lucas. Steven J. 

Luksa, Daniel Nicholas, Joliet, 
Psychology, Illinois State, Chess 
Club, Veterans Club 

Lynch, Bill, 203 

M 

Macko, Joseph F., Crest Hill, 
Electronics. California State, 
203 

Madden, John Michael, Joliet, 
Marketing, Northern, 203 

Madsen, William Walter, Frank- 
fort, Social Science, Southern, 
203 

Magee, Glenna Jean, Joliet, Ac- 
counting, Eastern CoUege, 
W.R.A., Ulinois State Scholar- 
ship, 203 

Magee, Pat, 203 

Mahaffrey, Richard Craig, Johet, 
General 

Malone, Glenna Faye, Lockport, 
Business, I.S.U., Business 
Scholarship by Joliet Federal 
Savings, Black Students Union 



Maloney, Jerome F. 

Mandat, Rudolph Joseph, Braid- 
wood, Education, LS.U., 203 

Mangel, Virginia M., Crown Point, 
Indiana, Education 

Marenche, Robert P., Joliet, Ac- 
counting, Southern 

Markelz, John William, Joliet, En- 
gineering, U. of I., Art Club, 
Engineers Club 

Markwalter, Linda Anne, Joliet, 
Education, College of St. Fran- 
cis, Teachers Club, W.R.A., 203 

Martin, Henry L. 

Martin, Thomas J. 

Martinucci, Livia N. 

Masek, Joanne, 204 

Maslan, John WiUiam, Lockport, 
Business 

Mathre, Sharon Eloise, Newark, 
Music Education, N.I.U., Mad- 
rigals, Concert Choir, 204 

Mattas, Judy, 204 

Mau, Charles Louis, Crest Hill, 
Law Enforcement, University of 
Cahfomia 

McAllister, John F., Tinley Park, 
Business, Northern, 204 

McBumey, Bruce Allen, Manhat- 
tan, Liberal Arts and Finance, 
I.S.U., Young RepubUcans, 204 

McCambridge, John Robert, Jo- 
liet, Business Management, 
S.I.U., Golf, Intramurals, 204 

McCarthy, Larry, 204 

McCoy, James Michael. Joliet, 
Law, Spanish Club, 204 

McCollum, John E. 

McCure, Janet E., Joliet, Secre- 
tarial, College Congress, Sum- 
mer Task Force, UNCLE, S. H. 
E., 204 

McDonald, Patrick Finbar, Joliet, 
Education, Southern, S.A.A., 
Teachers Club 

M cGann , Gerald Raymond, 
Minooka, Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, Engineers Club 

McGaugliy, Barbara Ann, Johet, 
Elementary Education, North- 
ern, Teachers Club, S.S.S., 204 

McGowan, Kathleen S., 204 

McGregor, David J. 

McNamara, Catherine E., 204 

Meade, Frank G. 

Meditz, David Joseph, JoUet, En- 
gineering, U. of I., Engineers 
Club, 204 

Meinert, Nancy, 204 

Meisinger, D., Jeanne, Lemont, 
P.E.M., W.R.A., Pres., 204 

Melcher, James A. 

Michel. Robert L.. 204 

Miller, Carl W. 

Miller, Marvin, 204 

Miller, Randy David, Lockport, 
Psychology— Special Education, 
I.S.U., Teachers Club, Veterans 
Club 

Minuth, Dean Arthur, New Len- 
ox, Music, Vandercook, Band 
and Jazz Band 

Mitchell, Kathy Lynn, JoUet, Agr. 
Transfer, LS.U., S.A.A., Club 
Reporter, Miss Shield Court 
Member, 204 

Moeller. Pat A., Lemont, Secre- 
tarial. W.R.A., 204 

Mohney, James H. 

Moll, Ken, 204 

Monferdini, George J., Joliet, 
Data Processing, Lewis College, 
Lettermens Club, Pep Club, 
Football, College Congress, 
Sec.-Treas., Sophomore Class, 
Young Repubhcans, Rotary 
Student of the month '68 ' 

Monferdini, John Paul, Dwight, 
Liberal Arts, I.S.U., Tennis, 
Football 



Mooney, Patricia Ann, JoUet, Ed- 
ucation, Concert Choir, W.R.A., 
S.H.E., 205 

Moore, Randy L. 

Moores, Dennie L. 

Mooris, Linda Kay, Joliet, P.E.M., 
University of Montana, Concert 
Chou:, W.R.A., Sports Chair- 
man, Leadership Conference 
Delegate, 205 

Morris, Stephen Thomas, Coal 
City, Agr., U. of I. 

Mraz. Kenneth J., Lockport, For- 
estry, University of Michigan, 
Track, Wrestling, Gymnastics, 
205 

Mulbarger, Clifford Scott, Joliet, 
Business, Northern, Intramurals, 
205 

Munday, Raymond, 205 

Murphy, Terry F. 

Murray, Bernard WilUam, PALOS 
Park, Dentistry, U. of I., S.M.S., 
Vice-Pres., Leadership Confer- 
ence Delegate, 205 

N 

Nagra, Sharon Arleen, Morris, 
General. Southern 

Neal, Ardith Suzan, Joliet, Ele- 
mentary Education, Northern, 
Teachers Club, W.R.A., Black 
Students Union 

Nelsen. Albert 

Nelson, J., Ross, Blue Mound, 
Agr., I.S.U.. S.A.A., 205 

Nelson, Terrence L. 

Nemcevic, Joyce J. 

Nester, Louis Lee, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Computer Programming, 
U. of I. Circle Campus 

Newman, Edith K. 

Nichols, Richard Craig, Joliet, 
Law Enforcement 

Nicholson, John J. 

Nickel, Terrance, 205 

Nielsen, Jeanne Marie, Lockport, 
Liberal Arts, Loyola 

Niemi, Robert E. 

Noffsinger. Edmond Thomas, Wil- 
mington, Business, OUvet Col- 
lege 

Nolan, David Thomas, Pontiac, 
Agr., U. of I., S.A.A., 205 

Nolan, Michael Thomas, Pontiac, 
Agr., Transfer, I.S.U.. S.A.A., 
205 

Nordenberg, Kenneth Alan, Jo- 
liet, Automotive Technology, 
Stout State 

Nordstrom, Bruce A., 205 

Nyder, Barbara J. 

o 

O'Connor, L., Edward, Elwood, 
Agr., Business, Southern, S.A.A. 

O'Connor, Mary, 205 

Olivo, Gary Anthony, Lockport, 
Drafting, Intramurals, Wrestling 

Opyd, Leon Paul, Coal City, Lib- 
eral Arts and Sciences 

Overman, Kenneth R. 

Ozbolt, Arnold L., 205 



Palermiti, Peter L., 205 

Palmer, Thomas M. 

Palomo, Juan D., Blue Island, Lib- 
eral Arts and Sciences, U. of I., 
Lettermens Club, Spanish Club, 
College Congress, Summer Task 
Force, UNCLE, Leadership 
Conference Delegate, Wrestling, 
205 

Palya, David H., JoUet, P.E.M., 
Southern, WrestUng, 205 



Panici, Joseph A. 

Pappas, John, 205 

Park, Robert R., JoUet, Drafting 
Technology 

Parker, David James, JoUet, Jour- 
naUsm, Northern, Press Club, 
Shield Staff sports editor, 
Blazer Staff, Casuals Staff 

Partak, Judy Marie, JoUet, Ele- 
mentary Education, I.S.U.» 
Teachers Club, Pres., Summer 
Task Force, UNCLE, Leader- 
ship Conference Delegate, 205 

PartUla, Andrew, J., JoUet, 
Biology 

Pasternak, Ronald W., 205 

Patterson, Janice Lynn, Joliet, 
Elementary Education, N.I.U., 
Teachers Club, 205 

Patterson, Peter Fleming, Joliet, 
Agr., Supply, Western Ken- 
tucky, S.A.A., CoUege Congress, 
206 

Pavelcik, EUzabeth Ann, Weston, 
Oregon, Music, CoUege of St. 
Francis, Concert Choir, 206 

Pearson, Maria Rae, Channahon, 
Business 

Pease, R., Loren, 206 

Peck, Richard C, JoUet, Business 
Education, 206 

Penrod, Michael Wayne, JoUet, 
Liberal Arts, Northern, Concert 
Chou: 

Perilongo, Joseph F. 

Peter, Gary J. 

Peterson, Anita, 206 

Petrusa, John, 206 

Pfeifer, Wallace D. 

PhUUps, Ken R., Morris, Agr., 
Supply, S.A.A., 206 

Pierce, Wanda Sue, Andrews, Tex- 
as, Science, W.R.A. 

Pierson, Sharon Joy, Joliet, Edu- 
cation, Northern, Pep Club, So- 
cial Council, College Congress, 
Teachers Club, Open House 
Committee, 206 

Pilz, Joel E. 

Piraino, Marie Joanne, Decatur, 
Art, Ray Vogue Art School, 
Art Club, W.R.A., 206 

Plese. Arlene 

Plese, Fred Allen, Lockport, 
P.E.M., Lettermens Club, Foot- 
ball 

PoUey, Stepharue L., 206 

PoUock, AUen D. 

Pope, Linda F. 

Preble, GaU D., JoUet, Education, 
Southern Connecticut State 
College, Press Club, Shield Staff 
activities editor, 206 

Prela, Use M. 

Prola, Donald J., JoUet, P.E.M., 
Lettermens Club, Intramurals 
Football, 206 

Pubentz, Jim, 206 

Purtell, Harry Thomas, Joliet, 
Marketing and Management, 
Veterans Club 



Q 



Quigley, Michael J. 
Quinlan, Timothy J., 206 

R 

Rab, William Martin, Peotone, 
Agr., S.A.A., Veterans Club 

Racich, Sandra M. 

Radcliffe, Alice M., Lockport, Ed- 
ucation, Lewis CoUege, Shield 
Staff faculty editor. Writers 
Club, Scholarship for faculty 
editor of Shield, 207 

Ragan, BUI 207 

Rahn, Edward R., Plainfield, Busi- 
ness, 207 

Raines, PhUip N., 207 

Randies, Charles D. 



216 



Ravagnie, Roy W., 207 

Ray, David A. 

Reed, Sandy, 207 

Rees, Steven D., Joliet, Business, 
U.of I., 207 

Reigh, Robert Charles, Joliet, 
Biology, Northern, S.M.S. 

Reyes, Rita 

Richard, Janice Marie, Bourbon- 
nais, Arts and Sciences, South- 
em, S.M.S. , W.R. A., 207 

Richards, James Luther, Manhat- 
tan, Agr., I.S.U., S.A.A., Con- 
cert Band, 207 

Ridings, James, Joliet, Jour- 
nalism, Press Club Pres., Sum- 
mer Task Force, UNCLE, Sub- 
terranean Side Show Editor, 
C.C.C, Pres., Casuals Staff edit- 
or-in-chief, 207 

Riley, Dale Robert, Joliet, Liberal 
Arts, Southern 

Rink, Michael William, Wilming- 
ton, Engineering, Bradley 

Riordan, Rita Anne, Lockport, 
Sociology, Southern, 208 

Ripsch, Stan Douglas, Morris, Ed- 
ucation, W.LU., 208 

Roberts, Kenneth Owen, Joliet, 
Physici, Lewis College, S.M.S., 
108 

Robinson, Randall, 208 

Robowski, Tim J. 

Roe, David Charles, Verona, Agr., 
U.of L, S.A.A., 208 

Rogers, David, 208 

Rolando, Clarence Donald, Coal 
City, Electronics 

Roop, James Michael, Lockport, 
Electrical Engineering, U. of I., 
Engineers Club, 208 

Roth, Karen E., Morris. General, 
Southern 

Rudman, Nicholas J. 

Ruffatti, Robert Peter, Gardner, 
Chemical Engineering, Engi- 
neers Club, 208 

Ruffulo, Michael J. 



Salamon, Mary Ann, 208 

Salzman, John K. 

Sanders, Richard, 208 

Sasser, Michael E. 

Satorius, Walter Henry, Minooka, 
Electronics, N.LU., 208 

Saunders, Caroline A. 

Saxon, David Robert, JoUet, Law 
Enforcement, Central Missouri 
College, Intramurals, 208 

Saye, Jack W. 

Scarboro, Kathy, 208 

Schalfer, Gregory W. 

Scherer, Catherine 

Scherer, Darlene K. 

Scheuer, Charles H., 208 

Schinzel, Eugene, 208 

Schmidt, Nancy, Joliet, Liberal 
Arts, I.S.U., Art Club, Concert 
Choir, W.R. A., Cheerleader, 208 

Schmitt, '^homas Donald, Joliet. 
Business, Lewis College, S.M.S., 
208 

Schoeling, Dennis R., 208 

Scholtes, Paul W., 208 

Schoppe, Susan Marie, Joliet, Ele- 
mentary Education, College of 
St. Francis, 208 

Schroeder, Dale Wayne, New Len- 
ox, Auto Technology, J. C. 
Flyers, 209 

Schuda, Fran R., 209 

Schuler, Nancy D. 

Schutter, Jerry A. 

Schwab, Susan M., Mokena, Gen- 
eral, S.I.U., Concert Choir 

Sedacki, Adam W. 

Seiberling, Stephen C. 

Seno, Phyllis Ann, Joliet, Busi- 
ness, Young RepubUcans 

Severe, James, 209 

Shearer, Elvin H., 209 

Sheridan, Dawn Maree, Joliet, 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sheridan, James P. 

Shimek, James, 209 

Shinault, Amell, Joliet, Liberal 
Arts, N.LU., Concert Choir, 
Black Students Union, Chair- 
man of Communications Com- 
mittee, 209 

Shiner, Larry J., JoUet. Business, 



N.LU., 209 

Shroba, Ray, 209 

Shroba, Robert W. 

Sillar, Michael R., 209 

Simpson, Alma 

Sizemore, James, 209 

Skinner, Michael D. 

Skoff, Ricky J.. 209 

Sleezer, Robert Victor, Newark, 
Psychology, I.S.U., 210 

SUmack, JoAnn M., 210 

Smith, Alfred L. 

Smith, Gary Lee, Joliet, Business, 
Lewis College 

Snider, Mary Lynn, Joliet, 
Speech, N.I.U., 210 

Snow, Merrill R. 

Snyder, Mary Beth, Joliet, Educa- 
tion, N.LU., Teachers Club, 210 

SoUey, CeUne T., 210 

Spangler, Gary L., 210 

Spangler, David, 210 

Speckman, JoUne A. 

Spencer. Clifford Herbert, Joliet, 
Business, 210 

Spreitzer, Daniel Richard, Joliet, 
Engineering, Lewis College, En- 
gineers Club, Baseball 

Stachelski, Victor 

Stangeland, David G., 210 

Stangeland, Steve L. 

Sterle, Pamela Sue, Joliet, Educa- 
tion, College of St. Francis, 210 

Sterritt, Tim, 210 

Stevens, Carolyn Sue, Joliet, En- 
glish, S.I.U., Art Club, College 
Congress, J. C. Players, Press 
Club, Vice-Pres., Freshman 
Class, Concert Choir, 210 

Stevens, Wendell Leon, Onarga, 
Ag.. Transfer, U of 1, S.A.A., 
gress Sec.-Treas., S.S.S., 210 

Sticklan, Linda A., 210 

Storm, Tim E., Crescent City, 
Agr., U. of I., S.A.A., Intra- 
murals, Football, Basketball, 
Hockey, 210 

Stuemke, Melvin, Altamont, Agr., 
Transfer, S.I.U., S.A.A. 

Sullivan, John D., Joliet, Liberal 
Arts Lewis College, Motor 
Sports Club, J. C. Players, Pep 
Club, BasketbaU, Wrestling, 
Baseball 

Sulzberger, Richard Lloyd, Kins- 
man, Agr., I.S.U., 211 

Swank, James G. 

Swanson, Karen Ann, Joliet, Geo- 
graphy, N.I.U., S.S.S. 

Sylvester, David Raymond, Joliet, 
English, Northern, S.M.S., Press 
Club Vice-Pres., CoUege Con- 
gress, Blazer Staff news editor 



Talaga, Walter J. 

Tallman, David, 211 

Tanner, Doris S. 

Taylor, Margaret R., JoUet Gen- 
eral, 211 

Tezak, Frank P. 

Tezak, Robert John, Johet, Busi- 
ness Administration 

Thomas, Michael R. 

Thomas, Russell J. 

Thompson, Luther, Jr., Lockport, 
Electronics Technology, North- 
ern, Lettermens Club, Chess 
Club, Track, Black Students 
Union, 211 

Thompson, Randy J., Wheaton, 
Agr., Production, S.A.A.. 211 

Thompson, Terrence, A. 

Thout, James R., Joliet. Engineer- 
ing, Engineers Club, College 
Congress, Finance Committee 
Chairman, Leadership Confer- 
ence Delegate, l.A.C.J.C. Stu- 
dent Division, Credentials Com- 
mittee Chairman, Summer Task 
Force, UNCLE, 211 

Tiemey, Georgia Ann, JoUet, His- 
tory Education, I.S.U., 211 

Tira, James J. 

Tira, John M. 

Tolf, Lenore Ann, Joliet, Educa- 
tion, I.S.U., Press Club, CoUege 
Congress, Shield Staff business 
manager, 211 

Tordai, Linda May, Elwood, Edu- 
cation, I.S.U., Teachers Club, 



W.R. A., 211 

Townsend, Sue, 211 

Trainor, Daniel E. 

Travers, Timothy E., 212 

Trippon, Jane, JoUet, Liberal 
Arts, U. of L, CoUege Campus 

Trotter, Deborah Ann, Coal City, 
Speech J. C. Players, Press Club, 
Cousin Jenny, CoUege Congress, 
Freshman Class Sec, Casuals 
Staff, Play: A Child Was Born, 
given at Spring Formal, 212 

TuUy, Sharon L. 

Tuttle, Albert D. 



u 

Ulitzsch, Stephen John, Crescent 
City, Agr., U. of 1., S.A.A. Pres., 
Intramurals, Football, Basket- 
ball, 212 

Urbanik, Susan C. 

V 

Vail, William J., Hometown, 
P.E.M., 212 

Van Duyne, Linda K., Wilming- 
ton, Education, Northern, 
Teachers Club, 212 

Vodacek, Patti Lynn, Mazon, Ele- 
mentary Education, I.S.U., 
W.R. A., 212 

Voudrie, Joseph E. 

Vrieze, Richard F., 212 

w 

Wadsworth, Stephen W. 

Wagner, Dennis W., Onarga, Agr., 
U. of L, S.A.A., Sergeant at 
Arms, Homecoming King '69, 
212 

Wainscott, Charles W. 

Waite, Peggy, 212 

Waldrop, Larry M. 

Walker, Lawrence A., Joliet, Med- 
icine, U. of 1., S.M.S., 212 

Wallace, Warren 

Walsh, Kathleen M., Johet, Lib- 
eral Arts, S.I.U., 212 

Warner, Chester Lee, Jr., New 
Lenox, Music Education, East- 
ern CoUege, Madrigals, Concert 
Choir, Jazz Band, 212 

Weakman, Jayne, 212 

Webb, Nancy E., 212 

Weber, Mark H., Joliet, Music, 
Press Club, Teachers Club, 212 

Weikum, Myrtle Monta, WUraing- 
ton. Elementary Education, 
N.I.U.. J. C. Players, CoUege 
Congress, Teachers Club, S.S.S. , 
Summer Task Force, UNCLE, 
Press Club, Casuals Staff, 212 

Welch, Delores E., JoUet, Medical 
Technology, S.M.S., J. C. 
Flyers, Teachers Club, C.C.C, 
Students of Political Involve- 
ment, Free School 

WeUer, Douglas P., 212 

West, Warren J. 

Westbrook, Clarence 

Whitchurch, Michael N. 

Widlowski, Nancy, 212 



Wiechec, Joyce, 213 

WUliams, Roger Keith, Joliet, 
Data Processing, Western, Black 
Students Union 

Williamson, David Charles. 
Bloomington, Agr., Production, 
S.A.A., 213 

WUUamson, James Robert, Stan- 
ford, Agr., Supply, S.A.A., 213 

WUUs, Zandra Vidette, JoUet, Ele- 
mentary Education, N.I.U., 
Teachers Club, W.R. A., Black 
Students Union, 213 

WUson, Mark Keith, Joliet, Educa- 
tion, S.LU., J. C. Players, Spoon 
River Anthology, Blazer Staff 

Wilson, Thomas R. 

Wittmus, Jerry Frank, Harvard, 
Agr., I.S.U., S.A.A., BasketbaU, 
Baseball, 213 



Yurkovich, Dale J. 

z 

Zabala, Mickey 
Zeeb, Joseph E. 

ZeUer, James D., Kenipton, Busi- 
ness Administration, I.S.U. 
Zelko, Ronald L. 
Zentarski, Mary, 213 
Ziegler, Pamela P. 
Ziesmer, Thomas R. 
ZiUer, Henry O. 




Veterans' Club members relax during morning coffee break. 



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General Index 



Abens, Katherine J. 16, 

69,100,192,224 
Academics 114-131 
Activities 58-89 
Adams, Kenneth 164 
Adams, Kerry L. 124,192 
Adams, Sandra L. 122,164 
Aden, Albert J. 156 
After the Rain 76,77 
Agriculture Association 

126,127 
Ahearn, Michael F. 192 
Airoldi, Linda K. 164 
Alaimo, Francis M. 164 
Alberico, David A. 113,164 
Alberico, Frank A. 140 
Albert, Carl A. 164 
Albor, Terry J. 164,192 
Albrecht, James D. 192 
Albritton, James F. 33,164 
Aldrin, Edwin E. 13 
Allemang, John P. 46,164 
Allen, Claudia L. 97,164 
Allen, Eugene S. 164 
Allen, Irene K. 164 
Allen, Joseph L. 192 
Allen, Virginia R. 140 
Allen, William T. 140 
Allison', Robert F. 164 
Almanza, Joseph R. 164 
Altenhoff, Robert R. 

164,192 
Anderson, Gilbert 140 
Anderson. Gregory L. 164 
Anderson, Shaun A. 164 
Anselmino, James L. 192 
Antich, Renee C. 164 
Apostolou, Peter M. 

94,101,192 
Appel, Ronald F. 164 
Ardolino, Virginia E. 

164 
Armstrong, Neil A. 13 
Arnold. Scott D. 192 
Art Club 100 
Ashby, Joann 164,192 
Asher, Patrick 76, 

100,104,140 
Assemblies 74-75 
Atchison, James E. 192 
Athletic Honors 56-57 
Athletics 32-57 
Atrill, Richard L. 164 
Attaway, Diane M. 192 
Attaway, George A. 192 
Aultz, Robert A. 164 
Austin, Delmar J 87 

192 
Austin, John 50 
Autumn Dinner Dance 68-69 
Awards 158-163 

B 

Babbe. Karen A. 164 
Babecky. Donna L. 164 
Baber. Jill F. 84,86, 

192,214 
Babjak. Roseann M. 164 
Bacon. David C. 164 
Badal, Robert J. 164 
Bader. Gilbert F. 164 
Baker, Dennis E. 165 
Baker. Jill 6 
Balde-go. Frederick 165 
Ballantine. Donald P. 

165 
Balu. Peggy L. 192 
Bandura. Thomas M. 46, 

192 
Bane, Warren J. 165 
Bankhead, Thelma B. 165 
Banner, Ronald H. 192 
Banning, Donna G. 192 
Baran, Mary A. 165 
Bardowski, Joyce E. 165 
Barf ield, Joyce E. 91, 

92,109.112,113,165 



Barnes, Kathleen S. 137 
Barnes, James W. 165 
Barnett, Douglas A. 193 
Barr, Richard R. 82. 

99.130 
Bartels. Judith E. 165 
Bartels. Wayne M. 193 
Bartley. James P. 165 
Bartolotta, William J. 

46,51,106,165 
Bartos, Carol A. 165 
Baseball 36-37 
Basketball 52-55 
Bates, Carleton E. 55, 

90,115,193 
Bates, Howard M. 165 
Bati, John 38,39.57 
Batson. Robert C. 165 
Bauer. Michael J. 165 
Baumer. Edwin H. 165 
Baxa, Robert J. 165 
Bay. Michael 51.56 
Beale, Patricia A. 86, 

112,193 
Bean, Sandra 165 
Beatles 12 
Beauty 14-15 
Beavers, James D. 193 
Beavers, Leslie 108 
Becker, Barbara S. 165 
Becker, Sheryl E. 165 
Bedinger. Anna M. 165 
Begum. David J. 193 
Behmger, Anita C. 165 
Bell. Bill 56.57.159 
Bell. Gilbert 21,36,37, 

39,42,106,133,140,218 
Bell, JohnM. 20,21,31, 

45,46.106 
Benham, Margaret E, 165 
Benham. Mike 39 
Benjamin, Richard R. 165 
Benner, Bill 39,40 
Benner, D'Ana 95,193 
Bennington, Sandra L. 

86,93,98,193,218 
Benson, Nels G. 165 
Benson, Pat 95,193 
Benton, JoAnn R. 193 
Benz, Doug 83 
Berger, Keith E. 194 
Bergstrom, Kenneth 165 
Bernickas, John 39 
Berszoner, John Z. 165 
Bertram, Patricia E. 165 
Bertrand, John S. 165 
Betts, Charles W. 66, 

108,115,165 
Beverly, Gary C. 165 
Binkley, Richard A. Ill, 

165 
Bisping, Darwin 165 
Bisping, Stewart D. 46, 

165 
Bittner, Gary W. 165 
Black. Maureen B. 165 
Blackburn, James J. 54, 

165 
Black Students Union 73, 

108 
Blackwell, Jane M. 165 
Blahut, Regina A. 165 
Blair, Gerald E. 165 
Blair, Jeff G. 94,165 
Blazer 88 

Bleed, Donald 135 
Blink, Clifford G. 165 
Block, Chuck 27 
Blum, Frank 35 
Blutz, Carolyin 133 
Board of Trustees 134 
Bodemuller, Gary 165 
Boex.CarlaM. 117.165 
Bogart. Dennis L. 165 
Boland.Gary G. 194 
Bolen.Marv B. 165 
Bolen, Mike 218 
Bolognani. Domenic A. 

165 
Bols, Bernard K. 110. 



165 
Bols. Michael G. 110. 

165 
Bolton. Harvey J. 194 
Bonar. Doris R. 96,140 
Bonham, Charline 165 
Bonn, Sylvia 137 
Book Exchange 90 
Book, John D, 165 
Borchardt, Phyllis 194 
Borden, David G. 165 
Borella, Ronald F. 165 
Borgen, Joseph 135 
Bostanche, Edward S. 166 
Bostjancic, Nichola M. 

112,166,188 
Botkin, Karen 137 
Bottino, Charles C. 

166 
Bottomley, Veronica A. 

194 
Boucher, Paul E. 166 
Boudreau. Maynard 135 
Boudreau, Thomas P. 166 
Bougon, Paul J. 194 
Bowvee, Gayle R. 166 
Bowlan, Michael E. 166 
Bowman. Jolene F. 63. 

95.194 
Boyle. John D. 112,113, 

166 
Boyle, Joseph R. 89,92, 

93,102,105,224 
Boyle, Kathleen M. 166 
Boza, Elizabeth A. 194 
Bradford, Nancy A. 63, 

166 
Bradley, Norman W. 65, 

104,158 
Bradley, Roger 1 1 1 
Brady, Frank 194 
Braley, Roger A. 166 
Branchaw, Patricia K. 

166 
Brannon, Robert K. 108, 

166 
Brass, Saul S. 93,108 
Bray, Robert E. 166, 

194 
Bredesen, Steven J. 63, 

91,112,113,187 
Breen, Arthur G. 166 
Breen, Michael P. 166 
Brei, Debra S. 60,194 
Brenczewski, Jim 54 
Brewer, Grace A. 95, 

141 
Briddick, Margaret 82, 

161 
Brigel, Ronald G. 166 
Brinkman, Richard W. 194 
Brinkman, William 141 
Brockmann, Norbert G. 

166 
Brockman, Steve 110,166 
Broderick, Leonard J. 166 
Bromberek, Thomas J. 166 
Brookman. Edwin R. 166 
Brossman. James J. 166 
Brossman, Sandra J. 194 
Brougham, Connie J. 166 
Broughton, Robert E. 50, 

51,194 
Brower, Marsha C. 67, 

91,166 
Browman, Nancy E. 166 
Brown, Clyde 52,54,55 
Brown, Daniel 166 
Brown, John 194 
Brown, Larry 166 
Brown, Leonard 100,133, 

167,224 
Brown, Mary E. 167 
Brown, Merle H. 167 
Brown, Sandra K. 194 
Brownlee, John R. 167 
Brsan, Ann M. 194 
Brusatte, Douglas L. 194 
Bucaric, Thomas J. 167 
Bucciarelli, Mark A. 167 




Sandy and Mike take their vows at Sadie Hawkins'. 



Bucciarelli, Serafino 

167 
Buffo, Barbara J. 194 
Bullock, Esther 141 
Burgess, Mary P. 115, 

194,224 
Burkhardt, James C. 195 
Burkhardt, Linda 123 
Burkhardt, Nancy L. 167 
Burnett, Robert L. 167 
Burns, Michele 99 
Burns, William L. 133, 

141 
Burton, David L. 167 
Burton, Jerry L. 167 
Burton, Susan L. 63,91, 

95,102,109,167,224 
Bush, Paul T. 195 
Bushley, Rick 39 
Business 124-125 
Buske, Michael D. 167 
Butts, Steven W. 167 
Byers, Ronald C. 167 



Cabay, Ronald R. 167 
Cage, Sadie 112,167 
Cagley, George D, 167 
Camacho. Diana 167 
Cameron. Jerald R. 141, 

195 
Campos, Arturo 167 
Campbell, Daniel 167 
Campus Dress 16-17 
Canaday, Chris 167 
Canadav. Hollis 68.69. 

90,116,195 
Cantos, Anthony 1 13 
Cantwell, Mary Lou 137 
Cardwell, William J. 167 
Carey, Dennis B. 167 
Carey, Thomas 167 
Carli, John R. 93,101, 

167 
Carloss, Jeffrey W. 94, 

101 
Carlson, David L. 195 
Carlson, Lana 127 
Carnaghi, Joseph 167 
Carnes, Bernard 46,167 
Carney, Daniel 168 
Carr, Louise M. 108 
Carrescia, Linda K. 86,89, 

90,98,102,163,195,224 
Carroll, Nancy L. 168 
Carter, Charles 195 
Caruso, William 111, 



168 
Casarez, Raul 168 
Casiano, Richard 49 
Cassiday, Terry 95, 

168 
Catherman, Linda 195 
Cato, Laura J. 141 
Cavanaugh, Ann T. 195 
Cernugel, Frank 93, 

102,105,114,195 
Challenger, Donald 103, 

168 
Chandler, Coretta 112 
Chandler, Terry 168 
Chaplin, Gregory 168 
Chapman, Dale R. 168 
Charnicky, Richard J. 

168 
Chase, William G. 141 
Cheerleaders 32-33 
Chessnut, John L. 168 
Chester, Evelyn J. 168 
Chester, Thomas J. 168 
Chestnut, Robert L. 168 
Cho, Dr. Won Kyung 74 
Chouinard, Carroll 102, 

142,224 
Christensen, Alan R. 110, 

168 
Cichy, Michael J. 63,82, 

112,113,117,168 
Cissne, Nancy J. 96,168 
Clark, Carol 168 
Clark, Lawrence 39 
Clausen, Kenneth 168 
Claussen, Terry 168 
Clavijo, Nick 94,168 
Clawson, Bruce 168 
demons, Catherine 97, 

168 
Clennon, Carol 159 
Clennon, Judith 168 
Clerical Staff 135-139 
Cleveland, Leo 168 
Cline, David L. 101, 

168 
Cloonen, Gary 195 
Cloutier, Karen 73, 

195,224 
Clover, Thomas 97 
Club Action 72-73 
Cochran, William 168 
Cockbill, Margaret 142 
Cohil, Kenneth 168 
Colaric, Diane M. 99, 

100,195 
Coldwater, Lawrence 110, 

168 



218 



Coleman, Robert 168 
Coleman, Wayne 168 
Colognes!, Charles 168 
College Congress 90-91 
Colombo, Gerald 169 
Community Interest 128-129 
Concert Band 113 
Concert Choir 58,112 
Condon, James 54,169 
Conn, Bob 53,54 
Conn, Charles 195 
Conner, Evelyn 195 
Conners, Bruce 169 
Connery, Brian 169 
Conroy, Susan 169 
Construction 4-5 
Contos, Anthony 113,195 
Converse, Duane 142 
Cooney, Kathleen R. 195 
Coons, Phyllis 169 
Coony, Richard 106 
Coop, Richard 39,40 

195 
Cooper, Martin 39,56 
Corbin, Velma 169 
Corradetti, John F. 132, 

142 
Cordes, Terrance 195 
Cotter, David 169 
Cottingham, Robert 110, 

127,142 
Cottrell, Sylvester 31, 

54,169 
Cox, Gary 169 
Craft, Emma Jean 32,33,63, 

68,69,70,71,195 
Creed, William 169 
Crews, James 169 
Crinkovic, Charles 63, 

76,98 
Crisp, Earl 2,44, 

45,46,50,51,56,106 
Crobie, John M. 169 
Croce, John 169 
Crombie, Dorothy 96 
Cronholm, Kathy 169 
Cross Country 40-41 
Crowder, Fred 51 
Crowley, Kevin 46 
Cryer, Carol 169 
Cullen.Mark 169 
Cultural Cinema Club 93 
Curry, William 109,142 
Cushman, Steven 169 
Custodians 157-158 
Czajkoski, James 169 
Czerkies, Richard 169 



D'Arcy, Margaret 198 
Dahl, Dave 39 
Dahlke, Gloria 169 
Dalpos, Anton 169 
Daniell, Dan 169 
Dare, Georgiann 61 
Darin, Diana 169 
Darin, Doug 37 
Darin, Robert 169 
Daub, Brian 97,169 
Daub, Craig 97 
Daubach, Daniel 169 
Davis, Andrew 169 
Davis, Bruce 169 
Davis, Dwight 135 
Davis. Everett 135 
Davis, Harold 169 
Davis, Leroy 195 
Davis, John 169 
Davis, Sandra 169 
Davito, Chester 113 
Davito, Joyce 95,98, 

196 
Day In The Life 130-131 
Dean, Barry 46,106,169 
Deceman, David 170 
DeChecko, Mary 63,170 
Deems, Deborah 170 
Defor, Donna 170 
DeJarld, Kathryn 137 



Delehanty, Charles 170 
Deline, Willaim 196 
Deloach, Soloman 170 
Dellinger, Hal 15,116, 

142 
Delost, Linda 95,170 
Delrose, Lawrence 170 
Demik, Claire 170 
Dempsey, John 42,87, 

170 
Denn, John 37 
Deskin, Rosalie 170 
Devea, Dan 170 
Devick, Bruce 196 
Devick, Leonard 170 
Diaz, Jesse 79,133,196 
Diaz, Maria 170 
Dibble, Diane 84,91, 

170 
Diemer, Chris 196 
Dillon, Kathy 113,170 
Dillon, Mary Ann 137 
Dilworth, Keith 67, 

90,112,196 
DiPietro, Concetta 170 
Dirker, William 196 
Dirksen, Evertt 12 
Disera, Rosa 196 
Disera, William 170 
Dittrich, John 170 
Dixon, Kathryn 170 
Dobczyk, Joann 170 
Dockendorf, John J. 46 
Dodson, James 75,104 
Donahue, Michael 170 
Donahue, Patrick 170 
Donaldson, Brian 170 
Dorris, Charlotte A. 108, 

170 
Dorschel, Dale 170 
Douglas, Preston 170 
Dowd, John 73 
Downey, Steven 23 
Doyle, Lester 196 
Doyle, Sadie 196 
Draft 18-19 
Drake, Ronald 170 
Drath, Philip 74 
Drechsel, Kim 171 
Drick, Nancy 171 
Dubrovich, Andrew 171 
Dugan, David 37,46,196 
Dulny, Joseph 171 
Dun, Colleen 171 
Dunk, William 171 
Duzen,Paul 171 
Dzik, Ronald 20,56 
Dzuryak, John 89,100, 
102,158,196,199, 



Eaton, Tobey 96 
Ebben, Maureen 171 



Ebert, Dianne 113,171 
Ebert, John 171 
Ebert, Mark 171 
Edman, Debra 171 
Edwards, Alvin 108 
Edwards, Barbara 108, 

196 
Edwards, Barry 196 
Edwards, Diane 221 
Egdorff, Charles 23,111, 

171 
Eggleston, Daniel 171 
Egizio, Susan 171 
Egly, James 142 
Egly, Larry 171 
Egly, Sue 125 
Ehresman, Paula 33, 

171 
Eib, Lee 30,171 
Eich, Robert 135,156 
Eichholz, Juergen 101, 

171 
Eisenbrandt, Diane 63, 

98,171 
Elam, Leonard 171 
Elder, Danny 104,171 
Elfter, Michael 171 
Ell, Bradley 171 
EUingson. S. 143 
Ellis, Jacqueline 196 
Ellis, Robert 171 
Ely, William 101,171 
Engers, C. 143 
Engineers Club 94 
Englert, Phillip 171 
Engstrom, Lynette 171 
Enis, Duane 172 
Erickson, Glenn 196 
Erickson, Jean 196 
Esposito, Michael 16, 

99,172 
Esworthy, Don 143 
Etcher, Jackie 99 
Evans, Daniel 50,51, 

196 
Evening College 129 
Evenson, David 172 



Faculty 134-155 
Fall Picnic 78-79 
Farley, Jody, 172 
Farnham, Mary 172 
Farrero, Carol L. 163, 

196 
Fames, Gene 172 
Fassino, Lori 63,130, 

172 
Favero, Ralph 94 
Fazio, Frank S. 172 
Fee, Thomas 37.75,104, 

106 
Feehan, Joe 224 
Feit. Paul V. 111,172 




Some /leat'ics give Mr. Pillard a temporary liigh. 



Feltes, Lawrence 196 
Felus, Leon 94,101, 

197 
Feneli, Laurie 172 
Fenwick, Sylvia 172 
Ferguson. Walter 172 
Ferreira, Lupe L. 137 
Fieldman, Lynn A. 172 
Fine Arts Festival 58 
Fiske, Patricia 172 
Fittro, Michael 54,172 
Fitzgerald, Evelyn 172 
Fitzgerald, Patrick 37, 

172 
Fitzpatrick, William 196 
Flanagan, Jack 111,172 
Flanagan, Steven 157 
Fleming, Regina 197 
Flint, John 172 
Flint, Sondra 157 
Follett, Alan 92,197 
Fonseca, Fred 39,159, 

161 
Football 31,44-47 
Foran, Jean 172 
Foran, Mary 172 
Forbes, Shirley 73,97. 

102,103,158,197 
Ford, Helen 137 
Ford, Laurie 172 
Forkal, Sharon 161 
Fornelli, Rita 102, 

158,197 
Foster, Cheryl 69,90,92, 

112,113,116,197,207 
Fox, Daniel 87,172 
Fox, Debra 172 
Fox, Ronald 172 
Fox, Roy 172 
Fox. Tom 112,113 
Frank, Diana 32,172 
Franke, Charles 172 
Frantini, Charles 172 
Frantz, Connie E. 102, 

112,113,158,196 
Frazier, John W. 172 
Frederickson. John L. 172 
Freed. John 36.37.52. 

54.196 
Freeman. Dale 112.113 
Freis. Terrence 172 
Freshmen 164-191 
Fromm. Dr. A. 73 
Frunzar, Penny 96,103, 

172 
Fuchs. Barbara 173 
Fuhrman.Mary 173 
Fumagalli, Mark 173 
Furlan. Linda M. 196 
Furlan, Lucy M. 196 



Garb. Stanley 34 
Garcia, Anthony R. 173 
Garvey, John 2,95,197 
Gasparich, Mary E. 30, 

173 
Gavin, Leonard 56,197, 

203 ' 

Gaydos, Mary A. 173 
General Index 218-223 
Genseal, James 143 
Gerard, William E. 173 
Gergovich. Sheryl 69 
Geris. Harry 56 
Gerl. Bill J." 173 
Gerstemeier, Richard 173 
Gibbons. Kerry 116.173 
Gibbs. Forrest 143 
Gilbert. Deborah 63.84.91, 

112.113.162.164.173 
Gilbert. Ronald 197 
Gimpel. Thomas 173 
Glasgow, Robert E. Ill 
Glass, Linda 197 
Glasscock. Linda 63,89, 

197.224 
Glasscock. Scott A. 197 
Glasscock. William 34 



Gleason. Lynda 173 
Gleason. Paula 173 
Glenn. Joyce 173 
Glenn. Robert 135 
Glenn. Thomas A. 34.35.67, 

73,82,90,92,109, 

158,160,161,193,197 
Glenney, Margaret T. 173 
Goddard, Craig 11,197 
Goepper. Richard 173 
Golden, Owen 156,157 
Golden, Robert 173 
Golf 42-43 

Gombash, Joseph 42,197 
Goode, Susan 198 
Goodson, Laurie 33,173 
Goodwin, John 66,89, 

213 
Goodwin, Paul 113 
Gordon, Roger 2,143 
Gorham. David 94.173 
Gorman. Susan 173 
Gornik. Glenn 173 
Goron, Eugene 173 
Goron, Kathleen 88,173 
Goska, William 173 
Gougar, Terry 173 
Grable, Betty 68 
Graduate Directory 214-217 
Graduation 60-61 
Graham, Douglas 135 
Graham, Gilbert 173 
Grate, Judith 198 
Grazis, Rebbeca 112,173 
Green, James C. 173 
Green. Jeffery 111.173 
Greene. William E. 103, 

173 
Gregoire, Diane 198 
Gregorash, Gloria 173 
Gregory, Jay 173 
Gremillion, James 198 
Grenter, Gary 174 
Grieff, Steven 174 
Griffin, Elaine 91,174 
Griffin, Sylvia 174 
Griglione. Steven 174 
Grimm. Brian 98,174 
Grimm, Kevin 174 
Grimpe, Marv L. 198 
Groth. Elaine 88 
Gruben. Jill 131 
Gruben. Ralph 20.46. 

106 
Grzetich. Dave 198 
Guardia. Dennis 47,101. 

198 
Gubelman, Don E. 174 
Guffey. Robert L. 198 
Gunier, Brenda 174 
Gunier. Robert 174 
Gunning. Richard T. 174 
Gura. Cyril E. 118.198 

H 

Haas. Rebecca 198 
Hackerson. Marlene K. 

J74 
Hagerman. April 30. 

174 
Hahn. Barbara 174 
Hahn. David 198 
Hahn. Nancy 174 
Halderson. William 113. 

198 
Haley. Joseph 174 
Hall.' Doris 143 
Haller. James 174 
Haller. Jeffrey 174 
Ham. Richard 2,174 
Hamilton, Paul 174 
Hamman, Robert 111,174 
Hammel, Thomas 174 
Hammer, Julia 174 
Hanley, Dean 198 
Hanson, Gordon 174 
Hanson, Linda 174 
Harcar, Thomas 46 
Harder, Richard 144 



219 



General Index 



Hardy, Margaret 174 
Harrigan, Mary A. 174 
Harris, Greg 55,73 
Harris, Jack 104,174 
Harris, Linda 174 
Harrop, George 174, 

199 
Hart, David 174 
Hartman, Roy W, 144 
Hartong, Nancy 174 
Hassert, Marv 1 13, 

174,191 
Hataburda. Paula 113, 

174 
Hausmann, Nancy 174 
Hawkins. Alicia 199 
Haves, Ronald 174 
Headlines of 1969 

12-13 
Hearns, Jerry E, 174 
Heatherwick, Kent 68,84, 

90,158,160,199 
Heavens, James 73.174 
Hedge, Jeff 94,199 
Heenan, Joseph 174 
Heggen, Laurel 199 
Heggerty, Thomas 174 
Heilbrunn, Geraldine 

138 
Heilbrunn, Ron 156 
Hendele, Mark 158 
Hendele, Peter 84,85 
Heniff. Marilyn R. 144 
Hennessey, John 174 
Henschel, John 174 
Henslee, Harry W. 174 
Henze, George 93,174 
Herkert, Steven 39.84, 

106,199,219 
Herman, Mary M. 73,97, 

122.174 
Herrod, Lawrence 93, 

174 
Hess, Jacqueline 63, 

97,199 
Hester, Richard 199 
Heye, Richard L. 174 
Hibler. Paula 174 
Hickman, Herbert 174 
Hicks, James 160,174 
Hidlebaugh, Roy K. 174 
Hieser, Mark 199 
Hill, Marguerite 199 
Hill, Richard 174 
Hill, Susan 175 

Hills, Clarence 175 

Hilsabeck, Gregory 34,63,73, 
90,92,109,158.193.200 

Hines. James J 136 

Hinlze, Jane 175 

Hirmer, John 144 

Hobson, Curtis 175 

Hochevar, Robert 175 

Hocker, Dennis 175 

Hodel. Ralph 175 

Hodgon, Bruce 175 

Hodges. Robert 175 

Hodgman, Leonard 145 

Hoffer, Beulah 145 

Hoffman, Ken 200 

Hoffmeyer. Judith 175 

Holbrook. Dennis 175 

Holland, Sally 175 

Hollaway, Bonita 175 

Holler, Allen 134 

Holm, Carl 97,110, 
112.113,200 

Holmquist, Carl 37 

Homecoming 62-65 

Homerding, Linda 200 

Honiotes, Karen Z. 95, 
175 

Hooks, Ellen 85,90, 
93,98,200,214 

Hooks, Steven 175 

Hooper, Dorothy 175 

Hooper, James 73,97, 
175 

Hoppier, Sharon 175 

Horn, Joseph 1 7 5 



Hornvale, Dulce 145 
Horrigan, Patrick D. 89, 

175,211,224 
Horvatin, Raymond 84,85, 

94,118,200 
Hougas, Larry 175 
House, Linda 175 
Houser, Frank 175 
Houte.Terre 112,113, 

120,199 
Hrechko, Susan 112,175 
Hritz, Richard 94.175 
Hrpcha, Candace 175 
Huber, Scott 110,175 
Huckfeldt, Dennis 175 
Hudson, Patricia 175 
Huffman. Herman 46.175 
Hughes, David 46.175 
Humanities 116-117 
Humbert, James 176 
Hunt, Steven 176 
Hurst, James 145 
Hutchinson, Josie 200 
Hutton, Sharon 176 



I 



Informal Dances 78-79 
Ingmire, Cecil 134 
Inlow. Diana 23.89. 

102,176,224 
Int Hout, Gregory 34,35. 

50,51,176,200 
Introduction 4-31 
Irvin, Kent 63,200 
Irvin, Michael 176 
Irwin. Robert 176 
Issacson, Milo 200 
Ivansek, Terry 46,176 



Jackson, Alice 138 
Jackson, Daniel 73 
Jackson, Jimmy 176 
Jackson, Richard 176 
Jadron, Peter 176 
Jaeger, Paul 112,113, 

116.200 
Jaeger, Robert 40 
Jaggers, Laura 200 
James, Leonard 176 
James, Linda 112,113, 

176 
Jasinski, Christina 200 
Jaskoviak, Linda 1 12, 

176 
Jaso. Catherine 176 
Jasper, John 39 
Jazz Band 112 
JC Flyers 103 
JC Players 98 
Jehle, Stephen 176 
Jencoh, Sherri 176 
Jendro, John 176 
Jenkins, Richard 99 
Jensen, Diana 200 
Jensen, Kip 176 
Jerbi, Denise 96,176 



Jeretina, John 46,79, 

176 
Jeretina, Michael 176 
Jerzvcke, James 91,101, 

176 
John, Ralph 176 
Johnson, Allen 122 
Johnson. Anita 176 
Johnson, Brian 176 
Johnson. Bruce 200 
Johnson, Doris 145 
Johnson, Douglas 176 
Johnson, Edward 176 
Johnson, Gladys 108,176 
Johnson, Georgian 146, 

203 
Johnson, Gordon R. 37, 

95 
Johnson, Gordon W. 36, 

56.106.176.200 
Johnson, Lawrence 176 
Johnson. Lynda 95,200 
Johnson, Nancy 176 
Johnson, Patricia 200 
Johnson. Paul 146 
Johnson, Phyllis 177 
Johnson, Richard 185 
Johnson, Russell 31 ,37 
Johnson, Scott 200 
Johnson, Sherry 177 
Johnson, Wendell 177 
Johnson, William 110,127 
Jones. Dennis M- 73,177 
Jones, Dennis R. 200 
Jones, George 201 
Jones, Lawrence 69 
Jones, Steven 1 15,177 
Jones, Thomas 130 
Jones, Todd 112 
Jonish, Marcianne 26,177 
Joyce, Patrick 1 77 
Juhant, Keith 177 
Julian. Frank 33,72, 

103.177 
Jung, Leo 177 
Jungles, Donald 177 
Jurgens, Robert 146 
Jurkovich, James 88, 

177 
Jurman, Frank 177 



Kadow, Roger 75,104 
Kahle, W'illiam 124.146 
Kamhi. Lane 177 
Kane. John 201 
Kane, Miriam 107 
Kapinus. Richard 177 
Kappas. John 177 
Karges, Raymone 201,121 
Karneboge, Brian 177 
Kasak, Stephen 63,93, 

98 
Kasprowske, Jacqualine 177 
Kassiday, Sharlene 100. 

146 
Kastelec, Deborah 177 
Kasten, Terry 177 



Kazell, George 57,201, 

209 
Keagle, Pryce 94,146 
Keca, Bob 177.201 
Keenan, Sharon 201,209 
Kegley, Kenneth 86,89, 

98,102,177,224 
Kelly, Bob 49,51,63,92, 

133,201,207,224 
Kelly, Susan 177 
Kelly, Terry 201 
Kemp, Kristin 91,177 
Kemp, Mary Lou 138 
Kennedy, Daniel 134 
Kennedy , Maureen 33,107, 

201 
Kenney, James P. 177 
Kennick, Joanne 138 
Kern. Claude L. 136 
Kertes, Stephen 177 
Kezerle, Robert 177 
Khalart, Dr. A. 128 
Khater, Dr. Hazami 73 
Kiedaish, Karen 177 
Kiker, Douglas 74-75 
Killian, Richard 177 
King and Queen 64-65 
King, Brian 11.201 
King, Jeffrey 78,158, 

201 
King, Mark 177 
King. William 177 
Kinney, Dr. 66 
Kinney, Gerald 99 
Kinsella. Patrick 54.55, 

110,177 
Kitlica, Donna 178 
Klancher, Shirley 178 
Klan, Bob 131 
Klann, Dale 178 
Kleck, Randall 178 
Klein, Donald 87,90,95, 

201 
Klepp, Terry 201 
Klimek.Sue 178 
Kluth. Richard 178 
Koch, Bob 201 
Koehler, David 91,178 
Koenig, Lyie 201 
Koepke. Kim 178 
Koerner, Barbara 178 
Koerner, Harry 178 
Kohlbrecher, Mary Fran 

138 
Kolbe, James 178 
Koncar, Diane 178 
Konechy, James 178 
Koosman, Terry 13 
Kooyenga, Donald 201 
Kopack, David 178 
Kosiba. Stanley 119,110, 

127, 130,1-46 
Kowalski, Dave 201 
Kowalske, Edward 201 
Kozak, Barbara 178 
Knaff. Barbara 178 
Knakmuhs. Roxann 178 
Knighton, James 178 
Koenig, LyIe 201 




Remember that first day in September^ Total and mass confusion for all. 



Knorr, Leonard 94 
Kraker, Bob 159 
Krall, Kenneth 178 
Krall, Phillip 42,56 
Krall, Richard 178 
Krapf, Kenneth 39,132, 

158,162,224 
Krause, William 112,113 

147 
Krawchuck, Diane 100, 

178 
KremI, Runi 178 
Kren, James 178 
Krieger. Robert 178 
Krnac, David 178- 
Kruger, W'illiam T. Ill, 

126,178,202 
Krumlinde, Linda 202 
Ksiazak, Raymond 202 
Kubinski. Gerald 178 
Kuchta, Ruth 147 
Kucinic, Michael 202,178 
Kulig, Janet 96,178 
Kunze, Lawrence 178 
Kurtz. Earl W. 147 
Kuster. Kurt 110,202, 

162 
Kuster, Max 110,130,147 
Kutches, Susan 178 
Kuzminski, David 178 



LaFontaine, Garry 112, 

113,178 
Lagger, Kevin 105,178 
Lain, Kenneth 60 
Laker, Anthony 202 
Lambert, JoAnn 202 
Lambert, Patricia 130 
Lambert, Patrick 94, 

178 
Lanagan, Martha 63,65 
Lance, Neil 133,147 
Langerman, Reid 23, 

103.179 
Lanier, Larry 202 
Laraway, Gail 21,179 
Larimer, David 179 
Larsen. Mary 179 
Larson. Larry 54 
Larson, Melvin 147 
Larson, Glenn 179 
Larson, Nancy 97 
Lavazza, Karen 93 
Laverv, William 2,63, 

88',91,163,179 
Lawler, Larry 111,202 
Lawless. Larry 179 
Lazar, Thomas 179 
Leadership Conference 

66-67 
Leal. Luis 202 
Leffler. Richard 46,179 
Lehner, Dale 179 
Leinenweber. Harry 147 
Lenich. Steve 147 
Lenz. Andrew 179 
Leopold, Sandra 179 
Lesh, Frank 179 
Lesnik, Michael 202 
Lester, Paul 147 
Lettermens Club 106 
Leve, Judith 179 
Levering, Celeste 202 
Lewis, Elizabeth 95,103, 

133,177,179 
Lewis, Gary 179 
Lewis, Joseph 179 
Liberal Arts 114-115 
Libersher, Paul 42,202 
Lieberg, Donna 31,63, 

64,65.128,202 
Lieske, Elaine 69,112, 

113,202 
Ligos, Carol 179 
Likar, Norbert 202 
Limebeck. Ron 83 
Lind. Thomas 179 
Linden, Myra 148 



220 



Linder, Gregory 179 
Lingrel, Karen 107,202 
Linsner, Judith 179 
Liptak, Neil 179 
Lisdero, Mary F. 
Lloyd, May 148 
Loclthardt, Don 202 
Locl<wood, Ronald 179 
Lofky , Susan 179 
Lohmann, Patrick 179,202 
Lomax, Louis 75 
Long.Cherie 88,91, 

102,162 
Long, Joanne 179 
Long, Patricia 179 
Long, Roger 179 
Longman, Louise 148 
Lopez, Toni 179 
Loutos, Terri Ann 203 
Lorenz, Barb 67,86, 

93,98,203 
Love, Willie 116, 

130,133 
Luchik,Marlene 179 
Lucky, Patricia 96 
Ludwig, Mary Evelyn 112, 

113,179 
Luth, Mickey 111,179 
Lutz, Wendy 180 
Lynch, William 2, 131, 

" 203 
Lyons, Robert 75 

M 

Macarek, Susan 180 
Machak, Grace 58,59 
Mackav, John 180 
Mackender, Charles 180 
Macko, Joseph 203 
Macko, Peggy 99,180 
Madden, John 203 
Madison, Pam 82 
Madrigals 59,113 
Madsen, William 203 
Mae, Tom 49 
Magee, Glenna 203 
Magee, Patricia 203 
Majack, Joanne 180 
Majersky, George 180 
Major, Robert 44,46, 

180 
Male, Raynice 73 
Mallary, Robert 148 
Malloy, Dennis 180 
Malone, Glenda 72,78, 

180 
Maloney, John 73,97, 

167,180 
Mandat, Rudolph 203 
MandeviUe, Mary Pat 

180 
Manheim, Kathleen 180 
Manley, Kevin 180 
Manns, Erna 180 
Marencho, Robert 180 
Marino, Beverly 79, 

132,180 
Markelz, John 180 
Markwalter, Linda 203 
Markwell, Michael 88, 

98,175,180 
Marlow, Gregory 180 
Martin, Dennis 54,56 
Martin, Dirk 180 
Martin, Linda 180 
Martis, Laurel 180 
Marvic, Jo Ann 109,180 
Masek, Joanne 102,204 
Matesevac, James 79, 

180 
Matheis, James 180 
Mathis, Donald 180 
Mathre, Sharon 113,204 
Mattas, Judy 180,204 
Matteson, David 53,54, 

110 
Maue, Owen 110,121, 

148 
Mauro, Mary Ann 180 



Maxwell, Joyce 181 
Maxwell, Michael 173, 

181 
May, Dudley 181 
Mazurek, Jan 181 
McAllister, John 112, 

204 
McAsey, James 181 
McBurney, Bruce 204 
McCambridge, Jack 42,83, 

204 
McCarter, Daniel 98, 

149 
McCarthy, Garry 181 
McCarthy, Larry 204 
McCaw, William 181 
McCoy, David 181 
McCoy, James 204 
McCreerv, James 181 
McCullum, L.D. 112,113, 

133 
McCure, Janet 90,96,204 
McCure, Larry 159,161 
McDonald, Kenneth 113, 

181 
McDowell, Bobby 149 
McFarland, Donald 27 
McGaughy, Barbara 204 
McGilvrav, Pamela 27, 

115,181 
McGowan, Kathy 204 
McGuire, Michael 181 
McHale, Mary Jo 2,181 
McHugh, James 181 
Mcintosh, Melody 181 
McKay, Roy Douglas 181 
McKeon, Thomas 46,75, 

79,106,181,133 
McLain, Denis 181 
McLean, James 181 
McNamara, Catherine 204 
McPartlin, Dennis 181 
McPherson, Leroy 111, 

127 
McShane, Louise 181 
Meade, Gordon 181 
Meaux, Alan D. 86,98, 

102,181,224 
Mecay, Leroy 149 
Meditz, David 94,101, 

204 
Meinert, Nancy 204 
Meister, Stephen 181 
Meisinger, Jeanne 107, 

121,204 
Mejia, Maria 23,181 
Mejia, Sylvia 99 
Menzer, Kenneth 87 
Meyer, Dennis 181 
Meyer, Nancy 159 
Meyer, Patricia 181 
Meyers, Richard 149 
Meza, Ramona 138 
Miaz, Ken 31 
Michel, Robert 204 
Midlock, Benedict 181 
Mijeski, Alexis 159 
Mikles, Jade 181 
Miksa, Regina 113,181 
Miller, David 69,113, 

181 
Miller, Donald 181 
Miller, Marvin 204 
Minarich, Anne 181 
Minuth, Dean 112,113 
Miss Shield 68-69,70-71 
Mitchell, Donald 181 
Mitchell, Kathy 69,110, 

125,163,204 
Moeller, Patricia 204 
Molachi, David 103,181 
Moll, Kenneth 204 
Moncek, Barbara 181 
Monferdini, John 34,46, 

112,181 
Mooney, Lloyd 111,181 
Mooney, Patricia 205 
Moore, Barbara 181 
Moratorium 12,18,19, 

99 




Mqo' Williams and Diane 
target! 

Morris, Linda 205 
Morris, Wilford 104,181 
Morrison, Gary 181 
Morse. Daniel 181 
Mortensen, Jane 181 
Moses, Douglas 181 
Moses, Kenneth 182 
Motor Sports Club 101 
Moving 6-7 
Mozden, Sandra 182 
Mraz, Kenneth 205,214 
Mrozek, Diana 182 
Mufich, David 182 
Mulbarger. Clifford 205 
Munch, Maryann 182 
Munch, Ruth 182 
Munday, Raymond 205 
Mundt, Edward 110,182 
Murphy, Terry 123 
Murray, Bernard 63,97, 

205 
Mutsch, Roy 182 
Myers, Linda 182 
Myers, Michael 182 

N 

Nagra, Linda 182 
Narducci, Barbara 182 
Nash, Francis 182 
Nash, Mary 182 
Nash, Palricia 182 
Ndoca, Nicholas 182 
Neff, Peter 93,149 
Neil, Dawn 149 
Nelson, Eric 132,182 
Nelson, Everett 149 
Nelson, Ross 205 
Nemcevic. Joyce 97 
Neuzil, James 1 82 
Newell, Mary Lou 138 
Newsome. Robert 93,100 
Nichoson, Joan 182 
Nicholson, Shirley 108 
Nickel, Terry 205 
Nicoll, Gilbert 150 
Nielsen, Joyce 2,182 
Nielsen, Kathryn 138 
Nitz, Theodore 182 



Edwards are right on 



Nix, Joel 182 
Nixon, Pat 12 
Nixon, Richard 12,18 
Noble, Norma 182 
Nolan, David 205 
Nolan, Michael 205 
Noll, Elaine 182 
Nordstrom, Bruce 205 
Norlin, Frederick 150 
Nosse, Michael 182 
Nutt, Connie 182 
Nyder, Barbara 107 

O 

Oberlin, Robert 182 
Obman, Allen 182 
O'Brien, Mary 182 
Occupational Studies 

118-119 
O'Connell, Dale 46 
O'Connell, Mike 46,54, 

182 
O'Connor, Mary 26,205 
O'Connor, Ray 157 
O'Connor, Thomas 26, 

63,103 
O'Leary, William 182 
Oliver, Mary 182 
Olsen, Dana 182 
Olson, Charles 182 
Olson, John 182 
Olson, Thomas 182 
Olznoi, John 182 
O'Neil, George 182 
Onsgard, Leonard 150 
Organizations 90-113 
O'Rourke, Michael 182 
Ospalik, Joann 182 
Ozbolt, Arnold 205 



Paddock, Jerome J. 182 
Palacios, Manuel 40.50, 

51,106,182 
Palermiti, Peter L. 205 
Palomo, Juan D. 56,205 
Palomo, Marcial 56 



Palmer, Charlyn 33, 

108,180,182 
Papesh, David M. 54, 

55,182 
Pappas, John L. 205 
Park, William A. 183 
Parker, Charles R. 183 
Parker, Daniel L. Ill, 

183 
Parker, Kenneth 57, 

120,150 
Parkins, John 39 
Parks, James 111 
Partak, Judith M. 95,205 
Pasdertz, John D. 183 
Pasteris, Janet A. 183 
Pasteris, Robert R. 183 
Pasteris, Thomas M. 183 
Pasternak, Ronald W, 205 
Pastore, Peter R. 183 
Patterson, James R. 183 
Patterson, Janice 29,205 
Patterson, Peter F. 183, 

206 
Patterson. Robert D. 

183 
Paul, Donna L. 23,73, 

97,183 
P'avelcik, Elizabeth A. 

112,206 
Pavletich, Dennis J. 

183 
Payla, David 50,51, 

205 
Pease, R. Loren 37, 

111,206 
Peck, Richard C. 206 
Pedersen, Robert L. 183 
Pellegrini, Joanne J. 

90,158 
Perrine, Sandra 60 
Pershey, George A. 94, 

183 
Pesavento, Victor J. 183 
Peters, Lee W. 183 
Peters, Loren 110 
Peters, Louis J. 183 
Petersen, Anita L. 183, 

206 
Peterson, Geraldine 183 
Peterson, Jeanette D. 

183,223 
Petrosko,Mary E. 183 
Petrungaro, Roseanne 

183 
Petrusa, John 1 12, 

113,206 
Petrusa, Rita J. 183 
Phelps, Kenneth L. 183 
Philip, Arthur W, 150 
Phillips. Elaine 183 
Phillips, Ken R. 206 
Physical Education 

'120-121 
Pierce, Henry J. 183 
Pierson, Robert A. 46, 

183 
Pierson, Sharon J. 90, 

92,158,163,206 
Pierson, Tom 56 
PiUard, Henry 56,65, 

67,73,90,92,136,163,219 

Pilon, Garv 183 
Pilon, Robert T. 183 
Pinneo, Richard L. 183 
Pinnick, Douglas T. 112 
Piper, Gerald 183 
Piraino, Marie J. 206 
Pirc, Susan M. 183 
Pius, Marylyn B. 183 
Placencia, Raymond R. 

91,183 
Placher, Michael L, 111 
Planing, Dianne T. 112, 

183,187 

Plays 76-7 7 
Plese, Fred A. 63, 

106 
Plott, Robert E. 183 



221 



General Index 



Podolski, Joann F. 183 
Pogliano, Robert R. Ill, 

183 
Pokorny, George R. 183 
PoUey, Stephanie L. 

206 
Polyak, William D. 98, 

112,116,183 
Pool, Gene B. Ill, 

127,183 
Poole, Claire V. 138 
Poplawski, Leonard F 

183 
Poston, Carolyn 183 
Pottgen, Jacob D. 150 
Potter, Barbara A. 183 
Powell, Gary D. 184 
Powell, Laura L. 184 
Prange, Robert G. 184 
Preble, Gail D. 89, 

114,214,224 
Preshard, Laurie 184 
Press Club 102 
Pribish,Fred IS* 
Price, Randall K. 184 
Prihode, Richard G. 184 
Pritchett, James E. 40, 

184 
Problems 8-9 
Prola, Donald J. 46, 

106,206 
Pubentz, James R. 46, 

206 
Publications 88-89 
Pucel, Edward J. 184 
Puddicombe, Edmund C. 97, 

103,151 
Puddicombe, Lula 151 
Pyle, Joan E. 184 

Q 

Quarells, Carlton L. 108, 

184 
Quarells, Carol J. 184 
Quealy, Daniel J. 184 
Quigley, Brian P. 184 
Quinlan, Timothy J. 37, 

206 

R 

Racchini, Alfred A. 151 
Radakovich, Pava A. 184 
Radcliffe, Alice M. 158, 

207 
Ragan, William M. 184, 

207 
Ragusa, Frances L. 103, 

184 
Ragusa, Margaret R. 103 
Rahn, Edward R. 207 
Raible, Jerry L. Ill, 

184 
Raines, Philip N. 94, 

207 
Random Action 86-87 
Rausch, Diane A, 184 
Ravagnie, Roy W. 207 
Ray, David A. 104 
Ready, Mary T. 184 
Reed, Sandra K. 207 
Redemann, Kurt G. Ill, 

184 
Rees, Steven D. 207 
Reeves, Gregory W. 184 
Reiter, Ruth 139 
Remus, Kathy F. 184 
Rest, Dan 160 
Revels, Patricia A. 184 
Richard, Bob 35 
Richard, Janice M. 95, 

98,207 
Richards, James L. 207 
Richardson, Jack 151 
Ridings, James 89,92,93 

102,105,207,224 
Riegel, Orlin M. Ill, 

184 
Riley, DaleR. 87 




Solar eclipse of March 7, 19 70, showing corona. 



Riley, Sandra L. 30, 

184 
Riley, Steven A. 110, 

184 
Rink, Douglas J. 184 
Riordan, Rita A. 208 
Ripsch, Stanley D. 208 
Roberts, Barry S. 93, 

166,184 
Roberts, Bruce E. 184 
Roberts, Kenneth O. 208 
Robertson, Cheryl L. 

184 
Robertson, David J. 99 
Robinson, Donald W. 184 
Robinson, Jerry B. 184 
Robinson, Lawrence C. 2. 

184,219,224 
Robinson, Randall B. 208 
Robson, W. S. 162 
Rocha, Mario A. 184 
Rodeghero, Jeffery A. 

46,184 
Rodeghero, Ronald J. 

184 
Rodgers, Dennis W. 184 
Rodriguez, Victoria 184 
Roe, David C. 208 
Rogan, David J. 184 
Rogers, David F. 208 
Rogers, Dennis 101 
Rohr, James A. 184 
Rolando, Clarence D. 184 
Roop, James M. 94,103,208 
Rositch, Bob 101 
Roth, Karen E. 124,184 
Rousonelos, James P. 88, 

111,184 
Rowley, Elmer W. 61,83 

134 
Royal Guardsmen 79 
Rozak, Daniel J. 184 
RudisiU, Sandra K. 184 
Ruedin, Michael E. 184 
Ruffatti, Robert P. 94, 

208 
Runge, Nancy M. 184 
Runty, Rob 94 
Ruppe, Jean A. 184 
Russell, Elsie M. 184 
Russell, Michael A. 184 



Sacco, Patricia A. 184 
Sadie Hawkins 80 
Sakal, Louis J. 151 
Salamon, Maryann V. 208 



Sallese, Angelo J. 93, 

184 
Sanders, Richard A. 208 
Sandrik, William J. 184 
Sangmeister, Ralph E. 

185 
Sarcletti. Kathleen M, 

185 
Satorius, Walter H. 208 
Savage, Ann 185 
Saxon, David R. 208 
Saxon, Samuel 134 
Scarboro, Kathleen 25, 

100,208 
Scarcelli, Joseph 185 
Scaropoulos, Catherine 

185 
Scasnv. Peter B. 113, 

185 
Schaefer, Christine A. 

185 
Schehr, Douglas R. 185 
Scherer, Catherine 122 
Scheuber, George C. 2 
Scheuber, Lawrence E. 

185 
Schick, Mae 152 
Schilling, Beth A. 185 
Schinzel, Eugene 208 
Schlafer, Gary M. Ill, 

185 
Schmidt, Donald G. Ill 
Schmidt, Nancy J. 33, 

107,185,208 
Schmitt, Francis 185 
Schmitt, Thomas D. 185, 

208 
Schmucker, Rosann 100, 

185 
Schoeling, Dennis R. 208 
Scholtes, Paul W. 101, 

208 
Schopp, Duane F. 40,106, 

185 
Schoppe, Susan M. 208 
Schroeder, Dale W. 209 
Schroeder, Shirley J. 

185 
Schuda, Fran R. 209 
Schultz, Clarice A. 185 
Schumacher, Patrick B. 

185 

Schutter, Edward J. 185 
Schwab, Carl R. 185 
Science 122-123 
Scitar, Theodore B. 27 

185 
Scott, Donald A. 185 



Scott, Linda M. 185 
Scott, Susan D. 185 
Scott, Victor 134 
Scully, Michael 185 
Sealy, Edward J. 185 
Secretaries 137-139 
Security Force 156-157 
Sefcik, Roxanne 185 
Seikus, Edward G. 94, 

185 
Seller, Gale M. 186 
Selvas, Mary C. 112,186 
Serena, Michael J. 46, 

106,186 
Set to Music 77 
Severe, James D. 39 

209 
Severe, Jane L. 186 
Severson, Laura J. 186 
Sewald, Patrick J. 186 
Seybold, Patricia L. 120, 

186,189,224 
Shanholtzer, Michael A. 

186 
Sharp, David L. 31,46 

106,207 
Shay, Dana A. 186 
Shearer, Elvin H, 209 
Sheek, Kara 112,186 
Sheffield, Mary L, 186 
Sheppard, Ray 56 
Sheridan, Dawn M. 186 
Sheridan, James P. 118, 

218 
Shield Staff 89,224 
Shields, John R. 25,88, 

89,98,105,186 
Shimek, James 209 
Shinault, Arnell 73,78, 

112,186,209 
Shinault, Wanda G. 186 
Shiner, Larence 209 
Shiner, Patricia K. 209 
Shipley, Donald R. 186 
Shoemaker, Clifton E. 

108 
Shroba, Raymond V. 26, 

103,113,209 
Shubair,Fouad M. 186 
Sieger, Berenice, J. 139 
Sieger, Daryl L. 186 
Siendo, Gertrude 186 
Sienknect, Helmut J. 

152 
Sienko, Gertude F. 186 
Sillar, Michael R. 209 
Simmons, Irma June 152 
Simpson, Steve P. 108 
Singh, Pritam 152 
Singleton, Barbara A. 

108 
Sippel, James E. 161, 

186 
Sippel, Pat 161,159 
Siron.Paul 52,53,54 
Sizemore, James L. 209 
Skidmore, Lottie M. 

152 
Ski Trip 84-85 
Sklare. John H. 186 
Skoff, Ricky J. 209 
Slater, Paul S. 112,113, 

186 
Sleezer, Robert V, 210 
Slimack, JoAnn M. 210 
Slimko, Paul R. 186 
Slusher, Terry 152 
Smith, Betty A. 186 
Smith, Daniel R. 186 
Smith, Gayle S. 186 
Smith, Gayle B. 186 
Smith, Michael R. 23,82 
Smith, Nucgaek 186 
Smith, Rodger D. 187 
Smith, VeraC. 136 
Smith, Wesley 104 
Smith, Willie J. 108, 

187 
Snider, Mary L. 210 
Snyder, Mary B. 210 



Social Science Club 

109 
Sokolowski, Patricia A. 

187 
Solley, Celine T. 161, 

210 
Southcomb, Chuck 101, 

187 
Soper, Karey A. 187 
Sophomores 192-213 
Soto, Henry J. 187 
Spangler, Dennis R, 187 
Sparenburg, Kevin C. 

88,91,111,187 
Speckman, Jodine A. 132 
Speckman, Marie 139 
Spencer, Clifford H, 

210 
Spencer, Steven L. 187 
Spiezio, Joe R. 40,106, 

187 
Sptizmesser, Gayle A. 

112,187 
Spivey, Jacqueline L. 

187 
Spoon River Anthology 

76 
Spring Formal 81 
Stachhelski, Phillip V. 

187 
Stadler, Grayce 139 
Stage Band 58 
Stahl, David 187 
Stanfield, Gary E. 187 
Stangland. David G. 210 
Staniszewski, Dorthy J. 

187 
Stariha, Susan J. 2,187 
Steele, Brenda J. 95,187 
Steffes, Michele S. 187 
Stegner, Carl J. 187 
Steller, Richard A. 42 
Stelow, Marie 159 
Stephenson, John A. 1 1 1 
Sterle, Pamela 210 
Sterling, Robert E. 60, 

108,153 
Sterntt.Tim J. 210 
Stevens, Carolyn S. 25,63 

100,210 
Stevens, Ralph L. 187 
Stevens, Wendell L. 67, 

90,110,158,210 
Stevenson, Patsy J. 107, 

187 
Stewart, Bruce 187 
Stewart, Edith 102,132, 

139 
Stewart, Robert F. 187 
Sticklen, Linda A. 210 
Stidley, Gerald B. 187 
Stiles, Paul D. 187 
Stimac, George E. 187 
Stimac, Roberta M. 112, 

116,130,187 
Stitely, Jack G. 46,188 
Stobart, John F. 93, 

105,153 
Stofan, William J. 188 
Stone, Craig F. 188 
Stonehouse, James E. 

188 
Storm, Tim E. 210 
Strompolis, Michael G. 

94,188 
Strong, Lyla D. 107,188 
Strysik, Richard A. 188 
Student Agriculture 

Association 110-111 
Students for Political 

Involvement 99 
Students of Home 

Economics 96 
Students of Medical 

Science 97 
Students of Social 

Science 109 
Student Hobbies 26-27 
Student Jobs 22-23 
Student Social Life 



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20-21 
Student Travels 24-25 
Studer, Dave 46 
Stuemke, Melvin A. 210 
Stukel, Daniel 188 
Subterranean Side Show 

89,105 
Suhadolc, Judith K. 

188 
Sullivan, Daniel L. 103 
Sullivan, John D, 188 
Sullivan, John R. 37, 

188 
Sulwer, Michael T. 188 
Sulzberger, Richard L. 

211 
Summer Task Force 

92 
Summers, Farrel E. 188 
Sundal.Neil E. 188 
Surman, Robert M. 188 
Suski, Kathleen A. 188 
Suste, Brian P. 188 
Sutter, Donald G. 188 
Sutton, Douglas L. 188 
Svetich, Ruth Y. 188 
Swanson, Ruth E. 31,89, 

93,99,105,188 
Sweeney, Dan R. 188 
Swope, William E. 188 
Szafranski, Gerald J. 

188 
Szepelak, Jerry L. 188 
Szepelak, Wayne A. 110, 

188 



Talarico, Joseph A. 188 
Talley, Charles 156 
Tallman, David C. 69,211 
Tamez, Donald E. 188 
Tanis, Patricia F, 188 
Tapio, Bertha M. 139 
Tate, Norman 108 
Tatro, William R. 188 
Tatroe, Ernest J. 189 
Taves, Elaine 139 
Taylor, Chris 49 
Taylor, Dennis 46,51 
Taylor, Marge 153 
Taylor, R. Michael 12 
Tea, Helen 136 
Teachers 140-155 
Teachers Club 95 
Tennis 34-35 
Terrant, Ron 157 
Tessiatore, Sue 159 
Tew, Floyd W. 189 
Tewes, Lyle E. 111,189 
Tezak, Frank P. 123 
Thom, Carol S. 189 
Thomas, Michael R. 100 
Thompson, Ben J. 189 
Thompson, Christine A. 

189 
Thompson, Deborah A. 189 
Thompson, Gary T. 189 
Thompson, Luther N. 211 
Thompson, Randy J. Ill, 

211 
Thompson, Steve G. 54, 

110,189 
Thompson, Ted M. 133, 

153 
Thout, James R. 90, 

92,94,211 
Tierney, Georgina A. 

211 
Tinkle, Lloyd L. 154 
Tinley, Vivian 139 
Tjelle, Bruce H. 189 
Tolf, Lenore A. 31,63, 

89,90,92,95,102,109, 

211 
Tordai, Linda M. 95, 

211 
Toth. John 37,189 
Toth, Thomas G. 32,106, 

189 



Totter, Bradley J. 103, 

189 
Tournaments 82-83 
Townsend, Susan J. 102, 

211 
Tozzi, Richard J. 99 
Track 38-39 
Trainor, Daniel E. 104 
Travers, Timothy E. 212 
Trotter, Deborah A. 66, 

67,86,90,92,93,98,158, 

161,212 
Trotter, Neil L. 46,69, 

91,98,110,113,164,189 
Troughton, William 189 
Truitt, Robert A. 154 
Trusley, Bobby G, 189 
Tryon, Geoffrey P. 189 
Tusek, Ray 37 
Tutt, E. Faye 189 
Tweedle, Michael F. 2 
Tyree, Karen E. 189 

U 

Ukovich, Gregory M. 189 
Ulitzsch, Stephen J. 

212 
Ullian, James A. 189 
Uof I Glee Club 86 
Urbanic, Elizabeth T. 

30,189 
Urbanik, Susan C. 30, 

68,69,95,109 



Vacca, Gary L. 189 
Vacca, John J. 189 
Vail, William J. 20, 

21,48,49,50,51, 

120,121,212 
Valentine Dance 78 
Van Duyne, Cheryl A. 

189,212 
Van Houten, Bruce H. 

189 
Van Huis, Terrie 69 
Vancica, Jerry J. 189 
Vanderhyden, Randel R. 

189 
Van Fleet, Danny W. 

54,212 
Vanko, Martha 154 
Van Tassel, Dean 154 
Varland, Sally M. 96, 

133,189 
Vaughan, Magdalena 88, 

98,112,189,224 
Ventura, Michael R. 189 
Vercellotti, Jerry A. 

189 
Verderber, Denise L. 

96,190 
Veronda, Daniel E. 190 
Veterans Club 31, 

104,217 
Veterans Day Assembly 

75 
Vilt, Leonard M. 190 
Vitali, Linda J. 190 
Vitali, Paul H. 190 
Vodacek, Patti L. 212 
Vogt, Edward F. 190 
Vrakas, Helen 190 
Vreuls, Katherine 139 
Vrieze, Richard F. 212 

W 

Waddell, Kathleen A. 96, 

119 
Wagner, Arthur A. 154 
Wagner, Dennis W. 31,63, 

64,127,206,212 
Wagner, Paula R. 2,63, 

120 
Wainscott, David L. 112, 

113 
Waite, Peggy J, 212 



Waldvogel, Donald L. 91, 

110,163,190 
Walker, Jerry R, 190 
Walker, Lawrence 73, 

212 
Walker, Robert H. 108 
Walker, Thomas A. 190 
Walker, Walter E. 17, 

46,190 
Wall, David R. 190 
Wallace, Warren 63, 

108 
Wallev, Mark A. 190 
Walsh, Daniel 120 
Walsh, Kathleen Mary 

212 
Walsh, Michael 112 
Walters, Arthur L. 154 
Walton, Virgil M. 190 
Wanda, Dennis A. 190 
Warman, T. Kenneth 154 
Warner, Chester L. 112, 

113,212 
Warren, Dennis J. 173, 

190 
Warthen, Charles O. 155 
Waters, Jacqueline M. 

96,117,203 
Weakman, Jayne 102,112, 

113,212 
Weaver, Cliff 39 
Webb, Nancy E. 212 
Weber, Charles R. Ill, 

190 
Weber, Mark H. 112, 

212 
Weber, Phyllis A. 109, 

190 
Weikum, Myrtle M. 90,92, 

98,109,158,162,212 
Weiske, Gerald A. 190 
Welch, Delores E. 93, 

112 
Welch, Sheila Ann 190 
Weldin, Linda S. 190 
Weller, Douglas P. 212 
Wells, Wendy L. 190 
Welter, Denis A. 190 
Wendell, James P. 190 
Westbrook, Clarence 39, 

40,41,56,106 
Wharrie, Richard A. 190 
WHAT 30-131 
Wheatley, John E. 190 
Wheeler, Jay D. 190 
WHEN 10-29 
WHERE 2-9 

Whitaker, Donald M. 134 
Whitchurch, Michael N. 

106 
White, Carol J. 96, 

132,190 
White, Lisas. 91,164, 

190,191 
White, Peg A. 89, 

122,190,224 
Whitlock, Elizabeth D. 

185,190 
Whitlock, Kav F. 190 
WHO 132-224 
Who's Who 158-159 
Widlowski, Nancy A. 21 
Widlowski, William J. 

190 
Wiechec, Joyce L. 213 
Wiening, Robert W. 190 
Wilda, Michael J. 190 
Wilgus, Bruce E, 190 
Wilhelmi, Michael C. 

105,112 
Will, Patricia M. 190 
Willard, Jacqueline 

190 
Williams, Bobby J. 190 
Williams, John L. 190 
Williams, Larry C. 46, 

106,191 
Williams, Mary A. 221 
Williams, Mary S. 191 
Williams, Sarah A. 191 



Williams, Susan 8,6 
Williamson, David C. 213 
Williamson, James R. 

213 
Willis, Kenneth E. 191 
Willis, Zandra V. 213 
Wills, Dennis R. 118 
Wills, Kaleen A. 191 
Wilson, Daniel L. 191 
Wilson, Freddie R. 191 
Wilson, Nina 191 
Wilson, William 191 
Wimberly, John T. 45, 

106,191 
Wines, Stephen K. 191 
Winke, Linda 191 
Winslow, Sandra J. 99, 

155 
Winter, William F. 155 
Winterkamp, Tom 59 
Winters, Clyde 55, 

54,73,108 
Wittmus, Jerry F, 37, 

54,213 
Wojciechowske, Edward 

191 



Wrestling 48-51 
Wright, Deborah 95, 

191 
Wright, Joette A. 183, 

191 
Wright, Ronald 191 
Wruk, Dennis D. 191 
Wunder, Paula 107, 

191 
Wyss, Roger K. 191 



Yentz, Bette 139 
Yoo. Carol 191 
York, Marvin E. 191 
Yost, Gerald 44,46 

50,51,56,155 
Young, George 191 
Your Doctor Speaks 97, 

128 
Yunker, Larry E. 213 
Yurkovich, Dale J. 94, 

213 




Jeanette Peterson prepares a sketch for art class. 



Wolf, William R 46, 

191 
Wolfinger, Guv F. 30, 

46,106 
Wolz, Robert 155 
Womens Recreational 

Association 107 
Wonders, Warren W. 191 
Won Kyung Cho, Dr. 74, 

75 
Wood, Robert 129 
Wood, Stephen 191 
Wood, Susan B. 61, 

132,135 
Woodard, Sandra E. 191 
Woods, Fred B. 191 
Woods, Robert 191 
Wozniak, Roland 46, 

191 



Zabrocki, Emily 155 
Zacha, Frances 191 
Zagar, Joann M. 191 
Zaida, Walter F. 2, 

135 
Zaiar, Elizabeth 191 
Zales, William M. 155 
Zambrano, Victor J. 191 
Zdunich, David L. 191 
Zeleznik, James 39 
Zentarski, Mary Lee 213 
Ziech, John W. 191 
Ziech, Tom 213 
Zigiossi, John P. 191 
Zivec, Marilyn S. 191 
Zola, Debi K. 191 
Zwiers, MarilvnJ. 191 



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